About this course
This comprehensive course covers all essential topics in employment law, providing students with a thorough understanding of the legislative changes and challenges that multistate and remote employers face. The course delves into the importance of complying with state and municipal laws, as well as national trends, and examines specific examples of changes in state laws. It also explores the challenges faced by small businesses, including those with limited resources and no in-house counsel. The course takes a proactive approach to compliance during disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, labor disruptions, and the great resignation. It examines the impact of child labor on businesses and discusses the importance of clear policies and internal procedures to avoid risks and liabilities. Additionally, the course explores jobs and wages in 2023, with a focus on preventing labor exploitation and ensuring compliance with EEOC poster requirements, particularly for remote workers and multistate employers. Students will learn about the challenges of equitable parental leave for low-wage workers and the importance of more equitable parental leave policies across all industries. The course emphasizes proactive measures that employers can take to avoid costly audits and disputes, such as developing robust procedures and gathering feedback through anonymous surveys. Furthermore, the course provides an in-depth look at recent Supreme Court rulings on essential topics such as overtime pay, equal pay and job responsibilities, closing wage gaps, and recourse for employees facing wage and hour violations. It covers non-compete agreements and their impact on employees' job opportunities, and discusses how to determine equal pay for substantially equal positions and the importance of transparency in pay policies. Overall, this course is designed to equip anyone with the necessary knowledge to navigate potential legal issues in the workplace. Some of the topics discussed include: Legislative changes and challenges in employment law for multistate and remote employers Compliance with state and municipal laws and national trends Changes in state laws and their implications for employers Challenges faced by small businesses with limited resources and no in-house counsel Proactive approach to compliance during disruptions, such as COVID-19 pandemic, labor disruptions, and the great resignation Impact of child labor on businesses and the importance of clear policies and internal procedures to avoid risks and liabilities Jobs and wages in 2023, preventing labor exploitation, and compliance with EEOC poster requirements for remote workers and multistate employers Equitable parental leave policies for low-wage workers and their challenges across all industries Proactive measures for employers to avoid costly audits and disputes Recent Supreme Court rulings on essential employment law topics such as overtime pay, equal pay and job responsibilities, closing wage gaps, and recourse for employees facing wage and hour violations Non-compete agreements and their impact on employees' job opportunities Determining equal pay for substantially equal positions and the importance of transparency in pay policies.
This course includes:
schedule2 hours on-demand video
signal_cellular_altAppropriate for all levels
task_altNo preparation required
calendar_todayPublished At Sep 18, 2023
workspace_premiumCertificate of completion
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lock1 year access
calendar_todayUpdated At Jul 16, 2024