YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW: 2024 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE
California employers do not have it easy! The taxes are high, the regulations are plentiful, and the laws are ALWAYS changing. How can you protect your organization from the thousands of workplace lawsuits filed every year? Know the rules. Be fair. Be consistent. And join local employment law guru Jen Shaw for this engaging and practical presentation covering everything you need to know for 2024. There will be plenty of time for questions, and you will leave lunch with several helpful take-always.
Meet Your Expert
Meet Jennifer Shaw, the founder of Shaw Law Group, a 100% woman-owned boutique employment law firm. A 2019 recipient of the Sacramento Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” award, Jennifer is a well-respected expert in her field.
For almost 30 years, public sector employers throughout the state have relied on Jennifer to provide practical advice and counsel on a broad range of workplace issues, including wage-hour compliance, workplace investigations, reasonable accommodation/leave of absence issues, and employee hiring and separation practices.
Named by Northern California Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top attorneys in California every year since 2009 and the recipient of numerous other awards, Jennifer is a sought-after speaker on workplace topics and a frequent guest on various television and radio programs.
Meet Your Moderator
LORI C. KAMMERER is nationally recognized as a leading authority on policy issues affecting California businesses of all sizes, including start-up, micro and small businesses, and corporations that have significant presence in our state.
For over 28 years and through the past three Governors’ Administrations, she has advanced the interests of businesses with the legislature and the state’s top regulatory officials.
Most notably, Kammerer was the Lobbyist on Senate Bill 826 (Jackson), sponsored by the National Association of Women Business Owners California
(NAWBO CA) and signed by Governor Brown on September 30, 2018. SB 826 requires that all publicly-traded corporations headquartered in California, including those with principal offices in California, add a seat for a woman on their Board of Directors.