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California Labor Law - (Bundle)

by Sciotran
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California sees the highest number of employee lawsuits in the country. Employers in California with at least 10 employees face a 42% higher chance of being sued by an employee over the national average. California employers would never intentionally violate employment laws, but most are simply not familiar with the many complex laws and regulations. The California Labor Law Bundle educates business owners and supervisors about these regulations as well as providing guidance on how to effectively train their employees. These interactive courses can be implemented as part of a comprehensive risk mitigation strategy. This bundle includes the following courses:
This Bundle includes the following courses:
Meal Break for Supervisors by: Sciotran
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This course educates supervisors of non-exempt employees about the employees’rights to meal breaks under California law. Meal break rules will be explained including approved times and length of meal breaks, waiving meal breaks, the clock out rule, and paid meal break exceptions. Upon completion ...more
Rest Break for Supervisors by: Sciotran
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This course educates supervisors of non-exempt employees about the employees’ rights to rest breaks under California law. Rest break rules will be explained including approved times and length of rest breaks, waiving meal breaks, and conditions that call for “cooldown” breaks. Upon completion ...more
Off-The- Clock for Supervisors by: Sciotran

This course educates supervisors of non-exempt employees about off-the- clock rules under California law. Off-the- clock rules will be explained including various examples of off-the- clock work, potential disciplinary actions for working-off- the-clock, and measures to ensure employers and ...more

California State Law AB1825 mandates state-wide sexual harassment training for any employee who performs supervisory functions within a company of 50 employees or more. AB1825 is part of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, which first became effective August 17, 2007. California ...more

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