Retaliation charges continue to lead most other forms of discrimination with both the EEOC and the California DFEH. On top of that, the California legislature continues to expand the number and scope of “protected activities” for which employees enjoy freedom from retaliation. This includes the use of the “rebuttable presumption” that an adverse employment action is retaliatory. Also, the 2015 CFRA regulations expanded the ways employers can be liable for “leave interference,” and the breadth surprises even seasoned HR and Risk Professionals. This webinar will provide an update on the newest risks, rights and responsibilities and how to investigate and correct missteps before they explode into lawsuits.
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