Top Strategies to Comply with California's New FEHA Regulations

w/ DLA Piper Partner and
Former Director of the DFEH,
Phyllis Cheng

Tuesday, March 29, 2016 @ 11:30 a.m. (PST)

During this 45 minute webinar, we'll provide easy and actionable guidance to comply with the amended FEHA regulations.

On April 1, 2016, amendments to California's Fair Employment and Housing Act regulations will go into effect. Are you prepared?

While a mixed bag, the new regulations do expand or create new employer obligations. Join Phyllis Cheng, former Director of the DFEH and Janine Yancey, President of Emtrain, as they identify what you need to do to comply with the amended regulations and how Emtrain can make it easy for you.

This webinar with Phyllis Cheng covers:

  • The latest risks and updates associated to California's amended FEHA regulations
  • Easy and actionable guidance to comply with the amended FEHA regulations
  • Q&A with Phyllis Cheng and Janine Yancey
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    Webinar Details

    This unique "town hall" webinar session covers the latest risks and updates associated to California's amended FEHA regulations and provides you with easy and actionable guidance to comply with the amended FEHA regulations.

    Certifications & Guides

    This is a unique webinar in that it is more of a "town hall" to address this important change in the FEHA regulations. Therefore, no certifications for CRE are offered.

    About Phyllis Cheng

    Originally appointed to head the DFEH by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, then retained by Governor Jerry Brown, Phyllis is well respected by both sides of the political aisle and enjoyed a reputation as a hard-working public official who improved the DFEH during a budget crisis by implementing innovative business concepts. Currently, Phyllis has a practice at DLA Piper, where she focuses on employment policy, legislative, and business development issues that concern companies in California.

    Phyllis Cheng

    “Amendments to the Fair Employment and Housing Act Regulations become effective on April 1, 2016. While some of the amendments update the regulations to catch up with existing law, other changes will mean new workplace discrimination, harassment and retaliation requirements, and their wider dissemination and translation.”