2024 California Legislative Employment Law Update Webinar presented by Littler

What was new, is newer! It’s 2024 and the California legislature has had another banner year – building on recently-enacted laws to expand their coverage and scope, and coming up with a few completely novel ways to regulate the workplace here in the Golden State. This host of new labor and employment laws, most of which become effective on January 1, 2024, will continue to create compliance challenges for California businesses. Please join us for our annual round up of new California employment laws, which will include not only a review of the substance of each new law but will also offer practical suggestions for compliance. Topics included are marijuana in the workplace, paid sick leave, retaliation claims by ‘default’, workplace violence, and new leaves of absence laws.


Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2024
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm PST
Location: Zoom
Presenter: Joy C. Rosenquist, Esq., Littler Mendelson


Joy C. Rosenquist has had an illustrious career in the public and private sectors for the past two decades, most recently serving as the assistant chief counsel for the State of California. There she was involved with executive management in overseeing regulations, legislation, and coordinating with the Health and Human Service Agency, as well as the Governor’s office on employment law compliance issues. She supervised a legal team of attorneys and handled a wide variety of employment issues in advising public entities. Joy provided house counsel advice on discrimination/harassment/retaliation, COVID-19 compliance, workplace violence, and traditional labor, to name just a few.



RSVP Required. To RSVP, please email Rowanne Khafagy at rkhafagy@thewpcca.com.


Free for WPCCA Members*
$35 for Non-Members*

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