Complimentary Breakfast Briefing~The Amended CA Fair Pay Act The Next Wage/Hour Class Action Threat

07.29.2015
Program: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Location: San Bernardino DoubleTree

The passage of the amendments to the California Fair Pay Act (CFPA), effective January 1, 2016, sent a clear message: the burden is on employers to close the gender wage gap and to explain any pay disparity or risk costly class-action lawsuits and investigations.

Learn how the amendments have made it easier for employees to raise pay discrimination claims. We will discuss the following changes:

  • A lower bar to prove violations.
  • Burden shifts to employers to affirmatively demonstrate that the pay differential is based on specified factors.
  • Extends the period of time employers are required to maintain wage and other employment records.
  • Forbids employers from prohibiting employees from engaging in certain activity related to their wages.
  • Prohibits retaliation and creates a private right of action for retaliation claims.
  • New plans from the EEOC to report equal pay data.

Join us to discuss the implications of these amendments, a look into the next class action threat and receive practical practice tips to prepare and defend against Fair Pay Act claims. 

 Attendance is complimentary.

Dates & Locations:

May 25, 2016
Cerritos Sheraton Hotel

May 26, 2016
Costa Mesa Center Club

June 2, 2016
San Diego/Del Mar Hilton

June 3, 2016
The Hills Hotel, Laguna Hills

June 7, 2016
Ramada Fresno

June 8, 2016
Ontario Doubletree

June 16, 2016
Hilton Pasadena

Time:
Registration/Breakfast | 7:30am
Program | 8:00am - 9:00am

RSVP by May 20, 2016.

Register online at www.aalrr.com or email to Jane Guesnon at jguesnon@aalrr.com 

Event Contact

Jane Guesnon
jguesnon@aalrr.com

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