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California Leave Law

OnDemand Webinar (91 minutes)

Gain an understanding of the current California leaves available for a variety of situations and how best to apply them.Many California employers are required to provide a variety of leave options for employees. Understanding and applying a variety of federal and state leaves during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a minefield for businesses. Often these leaves can overlap, supersede, or have a hierarchy that is complex and unforgiving if applied incorrectly. A lack of proper leave knowledge can lead to retaliation or discrimination claims as well as unpaid wages or benefits claims. This topic will help you understand, appreciate, and apply the current California leaves available in a variety of situations, from COVID-19 exposures or illness to the usual leave requests related to health or family needs. This material will provide in-depth explanations and examples for California employers. This information will take you through real-life scenarios and situations occurring right now and answer critical questions as well.

Authors

Charles L. Thompson IV, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Karen F. Tynan, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. Leslie E. Wallis, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Agenda

The New California Family Rights Act

• Changes to CFRA

• Employer Obligations

• Interaction With Family Medical Leave Act

California Pregnancy Disability Leave

• PDL Requirements

• Interaction With FMLA/CFRA

• Wages and Wage Replacement

Reasonable Accommodation Leave

• Leave as a Reasonable Accommodation

• Interaction With FMLA/CFRA

• Interaction With California Workers' Compensation

California COVID-19-Related Leaves

• California Supplemental Paid Sick Leave

• Cal/OSHA Exclusion Leave

• Impact of Vaccines

Miscellaneous CA Leave

• California Paid Family Leave

• California Paid Sick Leave

• Education Leave