Important HR Law Issues: Be Prepared for 2020
With new state laws on the horizon and multiple significant employment issues to be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts, 2020 is going to be a game-changer for HR. For instance, medical marijuana laws are being interpreted differently by recent court cases, and HR needs to be prepared for what this means in the workplace. Can you still refuse to hire an applicant that tests positive on a pre-employment drug test? Do you have to provide reasonable accommodations to an applicant that uses medical marijuana for a disability within the meaning of the ADA? The final FLSA OT Rule became effective January 1, 2020, so what does this change how you handle your current exempt employees who are below the salary-level threshold? Will the Supreme Court decide that Title VII protects employees in the workplace based on their gender identity and sexual orientation? How will this impact your policies and procedures on discrimination and harassment in the workplace?
Join us for this timely webinar presented by attorney and HR employment law expert, Melissa Fleischer, as she helps you prepare for these changes and ensure your organization is protected from potential liability.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- How courts are now leaning towards protecting applicants and employees who test positive on drug tests for medical marijuana.
- What the courts now require regarding providing reasonable accommodations to medical marijuana users who test positive for medical marijuana.
- How to prepare for the new FLSA OT Final Rule that became effective January 1, 2020, and the changes it will require in your workplace.
- Understand the many new state laws prohibiting past salary queries during the hiring process.
- New paid family leave laws and paid parental leave laws on the horizon.
- How to avoid the legal implications of the #MeToo Movement and adequately prevent sexual harassment in your organization.
- Gain a better understanding of the important cases pending before the Supreme Court on gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination and learn how to ensure you will be legally compliant.
- And much more!
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