Nightmare on Elm Street: Rise of Local Employment Law Ordinances


Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center
300 E Ocean Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90802

Date & Time

Start Date: 08/25/2019
End Date: 08/28/2019


Michele Miller and Walter Stella will be speaking at the California HR Conference 2019. It’s an unprecedented trend: As the federal government works to reduce regulations on businesses, cities and counties from the West Coast to the East Coast are enacting local employment law ordinances regulating minimum wage, paid sick leave, predictive scheduling, criminal history checks, salary history inquiries, and more. And there’s no end in sight to the rise of local regulation. For any organization operating in multiple cities across the country, managing compliance with the new patchwork of local rules can be a legal and HR nightmare. Michele and Walter will focus on key categories of local ordinances, along with provisions they often share in common – and where they often differ. Walter will also offer practical strategies and best practices for drafting and updating employment policies and juggling other compliance considerations in a multi-jurisdictional regulatory environment.


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Michele Ballard Miller

Chair, West Coast Labor & Employment

(415) 262-8301

Walter M. Stella


(415) 262-8339

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