FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2020
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PT
Explore the interaction between the current state and local public health orders and California employment law with regard to laying off employees, bringing them back, and properly paying them for work and for COVID-related time off.
* Review the implications of wage and hour law that apply without regard for the public health orders
* Review the fair employment rules that continue to apply
* Review the most recent guidance to ensure maximum payroll tax credits and loan forgiveness under the FFCRA and CARES act
Member: $40Non-member: $60
uses her courtroom experience to help employers prevent lawsuits through well-crafted policies, staff training and informal dispute resolution. Jeanine counsels businesses on human resources, employment and employee benefit issues. Her practice focuses on representing employers in all areas of employment and benefits law. Jeanine is committed to providing her employer clients with ready access and quick response. She assists with all aspects of the employment lifecycle, from hiring to compensation to management to separation, including creating and implementing workplace policies and procedures (including technology privacy) and counseling on employee performance management, including corrective actions and terminations.
Ms. DeBacker regularly provides training for managers and staff on harassment prevention, fostering respectful workplaces, and managing within the law, among other topics.
Finally, Ms. DeBacker is a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators and is regularly retained to conduct workplace investigations for claims regarding harassment, discrimination, retaliations and workplace conditions.