LCW Webinar Recording: Preparing for AB 1522 – California's New Paid Sick Leave Law
May 05, 2015
On July 1, 2015, California's new Paid Sick Leave Law (AB 1522) will go into effect. With very few exceptions, this new law will apply to every employee at your agency, including temporary, seasonal, and extra help employees. This webinar will cover the basic requirements of AB 1522 – including the Paid Sick Leave Law's use, accrual, carryover, and notice requirements. In addition, we'll outline the "gray" areas that exist and provide our best understanding of how to apply and implement the law so your agency will be prepared when the law goes into effect.
LCW Webinar Recording: Ensuring Fitness for Duty Exams "Fit" With the Law
July 13, 2015
The fitness for duty exam concept is straightforward and fairly self-explanatory. But the ADA and FEHA have restrictions on when an employer can send an employee to a fitness for duty examination, what information can be obtained, and how the information can be used. This webinar will provide supervisors, managers, and HR professionals with practical information to understand the ins and outs of fitness for duty exams.
LCW Webinar Recording: Preserving and Producing Public Safety Records and Documents
August 12, 2015
This webinar will cover the general responsibilities of public safety agencies in preserving and producing official documents and records. The webinar will cover the type of documents that must be preserved, the duration for preservation, and obligation to produce records, which will include a discussion of the California Supreme Court's July 2015 decision in People v. Superior Court (Johnson)
Internal Investigations in Light of Today's Media and Culture
October 14, 2015 | 10:00 AM
There can be no doubt that there is a significant portion of our media and community that has a profound distrust of law enforcement. This movement has been fueled by recent high profile incidents in Ferguson, MO, New York City and Baltimore, and it seems as though the problem is getting worse and not better. Indeed, the anti-police rhetoric has tragically led to deadly force being used against officers who have done nothing but wear a uniform.