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Five Things California Private Schools Need to Know About: New Transgender Regulations

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Five Things California Private Schools Need to Know About: New Transgender Regulations

Category: Seminars / Webinars
Date Start: Aug 30, 2017 08:30 AM
Date End: Aug 30, 2017 09:00 AM
Five Things California Private Schools Need to Know About: New Transgender Regulations

New regulations protecting transgender employees go into effect July 1, 2017. Make sure your school is prepared to start the new academic year in compliance! Join us for this webinar, as we answer the following questions:

  • How do the new regulations change current law?
  • What policies and practices do schools need to have in place to meet the new requirements?
  • Do the new regulations affect religious schools?
  • Are changes required for bathroom and locker room access?
  • Are the regulations relevant to transgender students?

Who Should Attend?
Heads of School, Business Officers, HR Managers, and others involved in the hiring or retention process.

MCLE:
Liebert Cassidy Whitmore is an approved MCLE provider. Participating attorneys are eligible for 0.5 hours of MCLE. The person from your agency that registers for this webinar will receive the official set of MCLE forms. In order to receive your MCLE credit, you will need to complete and return these forms that will be available at the workshop.

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