Annual Legal and Policy Update: 2022 in Retrospective and 2023 Prospective Trends

2/10/23 at 9:00 AM to 2/10/23 at 11:00 AM

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Presented by:  Patricia Eyres, Managing Partner, Eyres Law Group

Annual Legal and Policy Update: 2022 in Retrospective and 2023 Prospective Trends

Don’t miss our popular annual review of what’s new and what we can expect on workplace regulations and litigation in public sector workplaces. This includes process management industrial and non-industrial accommodations, regulations for preventing and investigating discrimination, newest trends with privacy and wellness initiatives, workplace safety and security, recordkeeping and disclosures.

We will focus on the most relevant requirements in employment and education law, including how to update policies and enhance procedures. Attention to prevention with the most relevant new standards in the context of compliance basics, necessary updates to policies and procedures for personnel management and risk control, and proactive enforcement strategies.

Topics include:

  1. Top employment and education developments, building on what we cover in the October legislative recap webcast on new legislation;
  2. Cases decided by the Supreme Courts (US and California) that will affect your public entity as well as those that are pending at the end of the year.
  3. Critical developments from the federal agencies: Departments of Education, Labor, Justice, Homeland Security, both COVID and non-COVID.
  4. Update on the OSHSB newly adopted “COVID-19 Non-Emergency Temporary Standard” which will be effective for 2 years while they work on a permanent infectious disease standard.
  5.  Overview and analysis of all the new guidance publications and regulations from federal and state enforcement agencies, including OSHA, EEOC, DFEH and DOL wage and hour division.
  6. Update on newest trends with privacy initiatives, including medical privacy and recordkeeping, wellness initiatives, and related programs.