Do you own a business? Do you want to learn more about how the California Labor Code can affect you?
The California Labor Code’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) is often used to file lawsuits against California businesses, which have paid a total of $8 billion in PAGA lawsuit settlements in the last seven years alone. PAGA authorizes aggrieved employees to recover civil penalties from employers on behalf of themselves, other employees, and even the State of California for Labor Code violations.
On next Tuesday, January 31, at 10 a.m., our friends at the California Chamber of Commerce are hosting a virtual MCLE course on businesses’ PAGA liability in 2023 and beyond. This webinar is open to the public and the business community as a whole, and will feature an hour of cutting-edge analysis from legal experts. If you’re a business owner or employer, you can’t afford not to know your obligations and risks under the law. So make sure to register for the free webinar here.