SEAC Announces Our December Webinar

SEAC Announces Our December Webinar 

New Laws For 2021

What You Need To Know Today!


Tuesday, December 15, 2020

12:00 Noon to 1:30 p.m. 

Our Speaker:

Erica Rosasco

Partner at McKague Rosasco

Ms. Rosasco represents employers in all aspects of employment and civil litigation. Ms. Rosasco litigates cases in the areas of employment law, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination, Americans with Disability Act defense, wage and hour disputes, wage and hour class actions, Private Attorney General Act actions, business disputes, and breach of contract actions. She also provides advice and counsel to employers and businesses to avoid the high cost of litigation. 

She is the Chair of the Sacramento Employment Advisory Council and a board member for the California Farm Labor Contractors Association. 

Ms. Rosasco is from a cattle ranching family and grew up in the central valley. She is a married mother of one active fifth grader. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and listening to true crime podcasts.

New Laws For 2021

What You Need To Know Today!


The 2020 legislative session made sweeping changes to California employment laws. Join us for a review of the biggest changes that every employer will need to know before January 1, 2021 including:

·     The massive California Family Rights Act Expansion;

·     COVID reporting bills requiring reporting positive tests and informing workers;

·     New pay data reporting requirements;

·     Supplemental paid sick leave;

·     Handwashing requirements;

·     Crime victims leave; and

·     Successor Liability for unpaid wages.



Member:  Free to Attend

Non-Member:  $25.00


Registration/Refund Deadline:

Register by December 14th at 5:00 p.m.

No Refunds after December 10, 2020

Registration Still Open For November Webinar

COVID 19 and OSHA: The Rules Have Changed Again - Mandatory Reporting Requirements

November 19, 2020

12:00 Noon to 1:30 p.m.

Governor Newsome signed Assembly Bill 685 and Senate Bill 1159 into law dramatically changing OSHA and worker’s compensation requirements due to COVID 19. This webinar will cover these new laws establishing a worker’s compensation presumption, critical reporting requirements, employee notification requirements and defining an outbreak. These new laws will impact employers big and small. Employers who fail to comply can be heavily fined and shut down. Join us for a step by step breakdown of what you need to know now.



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