Pregnancy and Parental Rights in the Workplace
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Join us for an in-depth look at the laws and regulations that protect pregnant workers and provide other "family" workplace rights. Topics we will explore include: Pregnancy disability leave; reasonable accommodation and transfers for pregnant workers; lactation accommodation requirements; and family responsibility discrimination. We will also explore recent court decisions and best practices to avoid claims.

10/10/2014
When: Friday, October 10, 2014
From 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM
Where: Online
Online Webinar
Contact: 415-291-1992


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Qualifies for 1 General Recertification Credit
Registration: NCHRA Members $0 / General $49

 

Summary

Join us for an in-depth look at the laws and regulations that protect pregnant workers and provide other "family" workplace rights.  Topics we will explore include:  Pregnancy disability leave; reasonable accommodation and transfers for pregnant workers;  lactation accommodation requirements; and family responsibility discrimination. We will also explore recent court decisions and best practices to avoid claims.

 

 

About the Presenters

Bethany A. Vasquez, shareholder at Miller Law Group, focuses her practice on employment litigation in state and federal court, defending wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, breach of contract and other employment claims. In addition, she advises clients on a wide range of employment issues including family and medical leave, discrimination, harassment, whistleblower issues and wage and hour matters. Ms. Vasquez also has experience in intellectual property disputes, patent actions, securities actions and internal investigations, and complex commercial litigation, including disputes involving foreign parties.

 

Megan R. Hutchinson, associate at Miller Law Group, represents employers in all aspects of employment litigation, with a focus on employment discrimination and wage and hour issues. She also advises employers with respect to compliance issues arising under local, California, and federal labor and employment laws, including handbook policies, terminations, reductions in force, meal and rest periods, reimbursement of business expenses, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations and employee privacy.

 

 

 

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