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Monterey County WDB: 2022 Labor Law Update

labor law update what's new for 2022
Wednesday, January 12, 2022 - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Free for businesses in Monterey County
JANUARY 12, 2022

Labor Law Update: What's New in 2022? *Sponsored by Monterey County Workforce Development Board

TIME: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
What's New for 2022? 
2021 was an unprecedented year in so many ways.  2022 looks to be a bit brighter regarding the pandemic, however, with all of the laws the California Legislature and Governor passed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it's been difficult to keep up on what is and isn’t new.

This presentation will inform you of the latest updates and new bills that touch on almost every facet of employment for 2022.  Ranging from new reporting requirements due to COVID-19 to wage theft consequences and a new minimum wage, join us to learn more about the new employment laws that impact California employers. 

Join the California Employers Association presentation to find out What’s New For 2022

Topics discussed include:

  • New Policies, Practices and Record Requirements
  • 2022 Minimum Wage Updates
  • Safety and COVID-19 Changes
  • Industry Specific Laws
  • Recent Case Law - a Glimpse into the Future

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