LocationLos Angeles , CA
Online Class recorded May 21, 2020.
If your employment has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis, it’s hard to know what your rights are and which benefits are available – and it can be even harder to figure out what to do if your rights are violated or your benefits denied. In this class, learn about new protections for California employees, how pre-pandemic laws may also protect you if you have been fired, discriminated against, or retaliated against due to the impact of COVID-19, and the remedies available if your rights are violated.
-Your rights not to be harassed, discriminated against, or retaliated against due to the impact of COVID-19
-Your rights to paid and unpaid leave under new laws enacted in response to COVID-19
-Protections for you and your family due to “serious health conditions” and disability under pre-pandemic laws
-How to request an accommodation when you or a family member become ill
-What you’re entitled to if your employer violates the law
-Resources available to learn more, report violations, and claim benefits
Course Materials: If you would like to receive a copy of the course materials for any of the classes, including any PowerPoint used, please register at the Register Now! button for the class, provided below.
Video Recordings: Please watch any of our free recordings and remember that we are still here to help! Call us at (213) 785-2513, email [email protected], or chat with us online to get help finding information and resources on any legal (or not-quite-legal) question. Access to the video recordings is free and are available at http://www.lalawlibrary.org/onlineclasses-2020.
Dated Material: Please note that the law changes. The original recording date for each class is provided on the display page. To be certain that you receive up-to-date information, please contact us for help researching or updating your specific legal issue. We can be reached at 213-785-2513 or [email protected].
LA Law Library does not provide legal advice:
LA Law Library provides legal resources and assistance with legal research as an educational service. The information presented in this program is not legal advice and is provided solely as an educational service to our patrons. For legal advice, you should consult an attorney.