by Lisa McCormack
August 2018 Presentation at Coast Women in Business
As an employer, it’s important to understand which employment laws apply to your company based on the number of employees you have. The chart below helps you understand your compliance requirements for many topics; others may apply also – such as additional laws for federal contractors (e.g., Drug Free Workplace Act).
Other useful resources include:
- California Department of Industrial Relations
- Laws Enforced by EEOC
- Summary of the Major Laws of the Department of Labor
- Workplace Laws Enforced by Other Federal Agencies
Note: The above/attached information is not legal advice. It should not be considered a legal opinion as to which laws apply or as to how any law applies to a particular situation. Companies or individuals should seek advice of counsel with regards to their particular situation.
About the Presenter
Lisa McCormack has spent over 30 years as a human resources (HR) practitioner and leader, working with large and small companies undergoing rapid growth and change. Certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Strategic Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), she holds a Bachelor’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from San Jose State University. Lisa is a principal at Affogato HR Consulting, which works with businesses to implement practical, appropriate, and compliant HR solutions.
About Coast Women in Business
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