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[Webinar] Are You Compliant with 2023 Laws? Mid-Year Updates to Employment Regulations

June 13th, 2023 | 1 min. read

By Combined Team

Are You Compliant with 2023 Laws? Mid-Year Updates to Employment Regulations

Can you believe it’s already the middle of 2023? Time moves fast!

And, as you know, federal, state, and local employment laws change just as quickly and steadily as the clock.

Don’t wait until it’s too late (And you find a stack of compliance fines on your desk) – Watch the webinar with our special guest speaker and compliance expert, Jason T. Yu, Partner with the law offices of Snell and Wilmer.

During this webinar, Jason discussed all of the most important compliance updates in 2023, provide his personal insights on how they are being reflected in today’s legal system, and offer actionable steps you can take to make sure your business steers clear of related violations. 

Watch the recorded webinar to keep your workplace policies and procedures a step ahead of these ever-changing regulations.

Topics include:

I-9 Verification - Changes to the current flexibility allowances for Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verifications and upcoming deadlines for adherence.

Pregnant Workers Fairness Act - The newly enacted law, enforced by the EEOC, mandating that employers make reasonable accommodations for employees who have limitations related to pregnancy and childbirth.

Recession planning in 2023 - The best practices to avoid wrongful termination in a pre-recession economy.

Changes to Minimum Wage – A breakdown of state-mandated minimum wage increases to be aware of.

COVID Exposure Notice Requirements – Expirations, extensions, and revisions to COVID-19 laws.

California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)Provisions - The new CPRA requirement, extending privacy protections under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), to include the category of "sensitive personal information."  

California Family Rights Act (CFRA) Leave – The expansion of CFRA leave to include care for a “designated person.”

Bereavement Leave – Adjustments to the employee qualifications for and time-off allowances of Bereavement Leave in California.

Retaliation Protection – Updated terms to employee retaliation protection safeguarding Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) “protected activities.”

Contraceptive Equity Act of 2022 – An overview of California’s requirements for contraceptive coverage and protection of “reproductive health decision-making.”

Pay Transparency Requirements – Applicable employer requirements for pay scale disclosure to applicants and current employees.

Pay Data Reporting Requirements – The criteria for annual employer reporting of pay, demographic, and other workforce information.

And, relevant information on recent Supreme Court decisions that might affect your business.


Watch this 50-sec video to learn more about this webinar.


Jason Yu

Partner, Snell & Wilmer

Jason Yu is a labor and employment and commercial litigation partner in the Los Angeles office. His practice focuses on a broad spectrum of commercial litigation, employment liability, intellectual property and transactional work. He has extensive experience in all phases of litigation, including trials, and has litigated frequently in both state and federal courts. Jason has significant experience in cases involving debt collection, labor and employment law matters and trade secret misappropriation.

He counsels clients regarding state and federal regulations affecting employers, including legislation regarding hiring practices, benefits and age and race discrimination as well as harassment retaliation discrimination. Recognized as a thought leader in his field, Jason is a frequent guest speaker at several organizations and local businesses, giving seminars on labor and employment law issues.

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