Contract Labor in Warehouses – What 3PLs must Know About California Labor Rules and Regulation Changes for 2015
Program Overview & Faculty*
James Nelson, shareholder, Greenberg Traurig
Attorney James Nelson will provide an overview of the new California laws impacting warehousing in 2015. He will discuss strategic considerations for your business and workforce regarding contract labor in California and he will provide strategies on how to structure your contracts to comply with Labor Code Section 2810.
Nelson received his juris doctor from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. He is chairman of Greenberg Traurig's Labor and Employment practice group in Sacramento. Nelson represents employers and ERISA plan fiduciaries in matters concerning ERISA compliance, fiduciary responsibility, collective bargaining, wage and hour, employee benefits, safety, discrimination, wrongful termination, and other labor and employment issues.
*Agenda and speaker subject to change without notice.
IWLA California Chapter Members: Free. Please contact Joe de Guzman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for registration.
IWLA members: $149 per login access
Non-members: $299. If you would like to attend, contact Jennifer Rezny (jrezny@IWLA.com).
Program Date & Time
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Central (2 p.m. Eastern, 11 a.m. Pacific)
Log-in up to 10 minutes before the start time.
At your workstation.
Registration fees will not be refunded. Substitutions will be accepted.
In order to be granted access to the webinar by our vendor, all attendees must complete a registration on IWLA.com. This is to insure proper tracking and attendance for your company in our database.
Programs are subject to cancellation if enrollment is insufficient. In the unlikely event this program is cancelled, registration fees will be refunded. IWLA is not responsible for costs incurred by registrants in the event of program cancellation.
Participating on this Webinar
This webinar is set up to allow attendees to participate conveniently using workstations for both audio and video. If you choose to participate using your workstation for video and your telephone for audio, depending on your long-distance plan, you may incur a phone charge for the duration of the call.
If you have special needs or requirements, please notify Mike Williams at mwilliams@IWLA.com by Jan. 15 and IWLA will do its best to accommodate you.
**IWLA California Chapter members - please contact Joe de Guzman for the chapter promo code**