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[Webinar] 2022 California Compliance Update

January 27th, 2022 | 1 min. read

By Combined Team

[Webinar] 2022 California Compliance Update

New Employment Laws & Latest COVID-19 Requirements

One of the toughest parts of running a business in California is ensuring compliance with labor legislation and regulations. In addition to evolving COVID-19 requirements, Governor Gavin Newsom enacted several new laws that affect California employers in 2022.

To help employers navigate the layers of complexity in today's ever-changing regulatory landscape, we invite you to join us for an informative webinar hosted by Don Dressler, attorney, and risk management consultant. During this complimentary webinar, Don will provide an overview of the major regulatory changes including the latest COVID-19 workplace requirements and offer best practices for staying compliant. 

This webinar will cover:

  • Updates on COVID-19 laws and regulations
  • SB 331 - "Silenced No More" - changes to confidentiality clauses
  • SB 606 - expansion of Cal/OSHA enforcement authority and new penalties
  • AB 1033 - changes to the California Family Rights Act (CFRA) eligibility
  • Amendments and exceptions to worker classification
  • AB 1003 - expansion of criminal penalties for wage theft
  • AB 701 & SB 62 - rules for warehouse and garment manufacturing
  • Wage and hour rules
  • Considerations and best practices

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Don Dressler

Attorney/Risk Management Consultant

Mr. Dressler served as a director and on the Executive Committee of California Coalition on Workers’ Compensation. He served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Association Executives, and as Director of the Association of California Insurance Companies; Vice President of the California Association of Small Employer Health Plans; President and Legislative Committee Chair of The Association Health Care Coalition. He served as Chairman of the Finance Commission for the City of Irvine from 1993 to 2011.

Dressler is a frequent speaker on Workers’ Compensation, Health Insurance and Organizational Development issues. He also is a Trustee of the Kansas State University Foundation.



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