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Is having a distributed workforce just a matter of letting people work wherever they like? It’s tempting to think so. In fact, once you let employees work remotely, the risks of legal employment, financial, and work-related misunderstandings amplify. Steven Yee, with more than 16 years of HR consulting and training experience, will talk about effective approaches and will provide examples of HR solutions redefined for virtual teams.

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  • 1. Deconstructing HR for the Distributed Workforce Steven Yee, SPHR StevenY@GravitateTraining.com @GravitateSteven www.GravitateTraining.com
  • 2. Image: A traffic jam in Delhi / Lingaraj G J / Creative Commons
  • 3. Image: Rustica coffee bar in Minneapolis, Minnesota / Andrew Bogott / Creative Commons
  • 4. 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 1 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL PROVISIONS .................................................. 1-29.5 DIVISION 1. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL POWERS AND DUTIES ............................. 50-64.5 CHAPTER 1.5. MEDIATION ............................................ 66-67 CHAPTER 2. INDUSTRIAL WELFARE COMMISSION .......................... 70-74 CHAPTER 3. COMMISSION ON HEALTH AND SAFETY AND WORKERS' COMPENSATION ........................................... 75-78 CHAPTER 4. DIVISION OF LABOR STANDARDS ENFORCEMENT ................ 79-107 CHAPTER 4.5. ELECTRICIAN CERTIFICATION ......................... 108-108.5 CHAPTER 5. DIVISION OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION ................... 110-139.6 CHAPTER 6. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS BOARD ...... 140-147.2 CHAPTER 6.5. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH APPEALS BOARD ...... 148-149.5 CHAPTER 7. LABOR STATISTICS AND RESEARCH ......................... 150-156 CHAPTER 7.5. DIVISION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH .......... 175-176 DIVISION 2. EMPLOYMENT REGULATION AND SUPERVISION PART 1. COMPENSATION CHAPTER 1. PAYMENT OF WAGES Article 1. General Occupations ................................. 200-244 Article 2. Seasonal Labor ...................................... 250-257 Article 3. Special Occupations ................................. 270-273 CHAPTER 2. ASSIGNMENT OF WAGES ................................... 300 CHAPTER 3. PRIVILEGES AND PERQUISITES Article 1. Gratuities .......................................... 350-356 Article 2. Bonds and Photographs ............................... 400-410 Article 3. Contracts and Applications for Employment ........... 430-435 Article 4. Purchases ........................................... 450-452 PART 2. WORKING HOURS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL .............................................. 500-558 CHAPTER 2. RAILROADS ............................................ 600-607 CHAPTER 3. SMELTERS AND UNDERGROUND WORKINGS .................. 750-752.5 CHAPTER 4. LUMBER INDUSTRIES .................................... 800-801 CHAPTER 5. PHARMACIES ........................................... 850-856 PART 3. PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES CHAPTER 1. CONTRACTS AGAINST PUBLIC POLICY ...................... 920-923 CHAPTER 2. SOLICITATION OF EMPLOYEES BY MISREPRESENTATION ....... 970-977 CHAPTER 2.5. EMPLOYER USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA ........................ 980 CHAPTER 3. CLASS OF LABOR EMPLOYED; LABOR UNION INSIGNIA ...... 1010-1018 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 2 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 CHAPTER 3.1. UNFAIR IMMIGRATION-RELATED PRACTICES ................ 1019 CHAPTER 3.5. CONTRACTORS ...................................... 1020-1024 CHAPTER 3.6. EMPLOYER USE OF CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTS ...... 1024.5-1024.6 CHAPTER 3.7. ALCOHOL AND DRUG REHABILITATION .................. 1025-1028 CHAPTER 3.8. LACTATION ACCOMMODATION .......................... 1030-1033 CHAPTER 3.9. EMPLOYEE LITERACY ASSISTANCE ..................... 1040-1044 CHAPTER 4. REEMPLOYMENT PRIVILEGES ............................ 1050-1057 CHAPTER 4.5. DISPLACED JANITOR OPPORTUNITY ACT ................ 1060-1065 CHAPTER 4.6. PUBLIC TRANSIT SERVICE CONTRACTS ................. 1070-1074 CHAPTER 5. POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS ............................. 1101-1106 CHAPTER 6. AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH TRADE DISPUTES .......... 1110 CHAPTER 7. JURISDICTIONAL STRIKES ............................. 1115-1122 CHAPTER 7.5. COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS ................. 1126-1128 CHAPTER 8. PROFESSIONAL STRIKEBREAKERS Article 1. Findings and Declarations ............................ 1130 Article 2. Definitions ....................................... 1132-1133 Article 3. Professional Strikebreakers ..................... 1134-1134.2 Article 4. Miscellaneous ................................... 1136-1136.2 CHAPTER 10. UNLAWFUL ACTS DURING LABOR DISPUTES ............. 1138-1138.5 PART 3.5. AGRICULTURAL LABOR RELATIONS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS ............... 1140-1140.4 CHAPTER 2. AGRICULTURAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD Article 1. Agricultural Labor Relations Board: Organization .. 1141-1150 Article 2. Investigatory Powers ............................ 1151-1151.6 CHAPTER 3. RIGHTS OF AGRICULTURAL EMPLOYEES ...................... 1152 CHAPTER 4. UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES AND REGULATION OF SECONDARY BOYCOTTS ............................... 1153-1155.7 CHAPTER 5. LABOR REPRESENTATIVES AND ELECTIONS ................ 1156-1159 CHAPTER 6. PREVENTION OF UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES AND JUDICIAL REVIEW AND ENFORCEMENT ............................. 1160-1161 CHAPTER 6.5. CONTRACT DISPUTE RESOLUTION ................... 1164-1164.13 CHAPTER 7. SUITS INVOLVING EMPLOYERS AND LABOR ORGANIZATIONS 1165-1165.4 CHAPTER 8. LIMITATIONS ...................................... 1166-1166.3 PART 4. EMPLOYEES CHAPTER 1. WAGES, HOURS AND WORKING CONDITIONS ................ 1171-1206 CHAPTER 2. OCCUPATIONAL PRIVILEGES AND RESTRICTIONS Article 2. Minors ............................................ 1285-1312 CHAPTER 3. WORKING HOURS Article 2. Minors ............................................ 1390-1399 CHAPTER 4. RELOCATIONS, TERMINATIONS, AND MASS LAYOFFS ........ 1400-1408 PART 4.5. DOMESTIC WORK EMPLOYEES CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS ................. 1450-1453 CHAPTER 2. DOMESTIC WORK EMPLOYEE RIGHTS ......................... 1454 PART 5. CIVIL AIR PATROL ....................................... 1500-1507 PART 5.5. ORGAN AND BONE MARROW DONATION ....................... 1508-1513 PART 6. LICENSING CHAPTER 3. FARM LABOR CONTRACTORS ............................. 1682-1699 CHAPTER 4. TALENT AGENCIES Article 1. Scope and Definitions ........................... 1700-1700.4 Article 2. Licenses ..................................... 1700.5-1700.22 Article 3. Operation and Management .................... 1700.23-1700.47 CHAPTER 4.5. FEE-RELATED TALENT SERVICES Article 1. Definitions .......................................... 1701 Article 2. Advance-Fee Talent Representation Service ....... 1702-1702.4 Article 3. Other Talent Services ........................... 1703-1703.6 Article 4. Remedies ........................................ 1704-1704.3 Article 5. General Provisions .............................. 1705-1705.4 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 3 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 CHAPTER 5. CHILD PERFORMER SERVICES PERMITS ................. 1706-1706.5 PART 7. PUBLIC WORKS AND PUBLIC AGENCIES CHAPTER 1. PUBLIC WORKS Article 1. Scope and Operation ............................... 1720-1743 Article 1.5. Right of Action .................................... 1750 Article 2. Wages ............................................. 1770-1782 Article 3. Working Hours ..................................... 1810-1815 Article 5. Securing Workers' Compensation .................... 1860-1861 CHAPTER 2. PUBLIC AGENCIES Article 1. Municipal Employees ............................... 1900-1901 CHAPTER 4. FIREFIGHTERS ....................................... 1960-1964 PART 8. UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF CHAPTER 1. EXTENSION OF PUBLIC WORKS .......................... 2010-2015 PART 8.5. CAR WASHES CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ................................. 2050-2053 CHAPTER 2. REGISTRATION ....................................... 2054-2065 CHAPTER 3. SUCCESSORSHIP ......................................... 2066 CHAPTER 4. OPERATION CHAPTER 5. REPORTING ............................................. 2068 PART 9. HEALTH CHAPTER 1. SANITARY CONDITIONS Article 1. Sanitary Standards ................................... 2260 Article 2. Foundries and Metal Shops ......................... 2330-2331 Article 3. Factories and Business Establishments ............. 2350-2355 Article 5. General Health Provisions ......................... 2440-2441 PART 10. INDUSTRIAL HOMEWORK ................................... 2650-2667 PART 11. GARMENT MANUFACTURING CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ............................... 2670-2674.2 CHAPTER 2. REGISTRATION ....................................... 2675-2684 CHAPTER 3. ARBITRATION ........................................ 2685-2692 PART 12. SHEEPHERDERS ...................................... 2695.1-2695.2 PART 13. THE LABOR CODE PRIVATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL ACT OF 2004 2698-2699.5 DIVISION 3. EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS CHAPTER 1. SCOPE OF DIVISION ...................................... 2700 CHAPTER 2. EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE Article 1. The Contract of Employment ......................... 2750-2753 Article 2. Obligations of Employer .......................... 2800-2810.5 Article 2.5. Electronic Employment Verification Systems ....... 2811-2813 Article 3. Obligations of Employee ............................ 2850-2866 Article 3.5. Inventions Made by an Employee ................... 2870-2872 Article 4. Termination of Employment .......................... 2920-2929 Article 5. Investigations of Employees ........................... 2930 CHAPTER 4. APPRENTICESHIP ...................................... 3070-3098 DIVISION 4. WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND INSURANCE PART 1. SCOPE AND OPERATION CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS ................................. 3200-3219 CHAPTER 2. EMPLOYERS, EMPLOYEES, AND DEPENDENTS Article 1. Employers ......................................... 3300-3302 Article 2. Employees ......................................... 3350-3371 Article 3. Dependents ........................................ 3501-3503 Article 4. Employee Notice ................................... 3550-3553 CHAPTER 3. CONDITIONS OF COMPENSATION LIABILITY ............... 3600-3605 CHAPTER 4. COMPENSATION INSURANCE AND SECURITY Article 1. Insurance and Security .......................... 3700-3709.5 Article 2. Uninsured Employers Fund .......................... 3710-3732 Article 2.5. Self-Insurers' Security Fund .................... 3740-3747 Article 3. Insurance Rights and Privileges ................... 3750-3762 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 4 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 Article 4. Construction Permit .................................. 3800 Article 5. Workers' Compensation Misrepresentations .......... 3820-3823 CHAPTER 5. SUBROGATION OF EMPLOYER ............................ 3850-3865 CHAPTER 7. MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS ............................... 4050-4056 Article 2. Determination of Medical Issues ................... 4060-4068 CHAPTER 8. ELECTION TO BE SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION LIABILITY ... 4150-4157 CHAPTER 9. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS Article 1. General Provisions ................................ 4201-4209 Article 2. Benefits .......................................... 4211-4214 Article 3. Adjustment of Claims .............................. 4226-4229 CHAPTER 10. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS .......................... 4350-4355 CHAPTER 11. ASBESTOS WORKERS' ACCOUNT Article 1. General Provisions ................................ 4401-4406 Article 2. Benefits .......................................... 4407-4411 Article 3. Collections ....................................... 4412-4418 PART 2. COMPUTATION OF COMPENSATION CHAPTER 1. AVERAGE EARNINGS ................................... 4451-4459 CHAPTER 2. COMPENSATION SCHEDULES Article 1. General Provisions ................................ 4550-4558 Article 2. Medical and Hospital Treatment .................. 4600-4614.1 Article 2.3. Medical Provider Networks ..................... 4616-4616.7 Article 2.5. Medical-Legal Expenses .......................... 4620-4628 Article 3. Disability Payments ............................... 4650-4664 Article 4. Death Benefits .................................... 4700-4709 Article 4.5. Public Official Death Benefits .................. 4720-4728 Article 5. Subsequent Injuries Payments ...................... 4751-4755 Article 6. Special Payments to Certain Persons ............... 4800-4820 Article 7. City Police and Firemen, Sheriffs, and Others ..... 4850-4856 PART 3. COMPENSATION CLAIMS CHAPTER 1. PAYMENT AND ASSIGNMENT ........................... 4900-4909.1 CHAPTER 2. COMPROMISE AND RELEASE ............................. 5000-5006 CHAPTER 3. LUMP SUM PAYMENTS .................................. 5100-5106 PART 3.5. ARBITRATION .......................................... 5270-5278 PART 4. COMPENSATION PROCEEDINGS CHAPTER 1. JURISDICTION ....................................... 5300-5317 CHAPTER 2. LIMITATIONS OF PROCEEDINGS ......................... 5400-5413 CHAPTER 2.3. WORKERS' COMPENSATION--TRUTH IN ADVERTISING ...... 5430-5434 CHAPTER 2.5. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANCE ........................ 5450-5455 CHAPTER 3. APPLICATIONS AND ANSWERS ........................... 5500-5507 CHAPTER 4. ATTACHMENTS ........................................ 5600-5603 CHAPTER 5. HEARINGS ........................................... 5700-5710 CHAPTER 6. FINDINGS AND AWARDS ................................ 5800-5816 CHAPTER 7. RECONSIDERATION AND JUDICIAL REVIEW Article 1. Reconsideration ................................... 5900-5911 Article 2. Judicial Review ................................... 5950-5956 Article 3. Undertaking on Stay Order ......................... 6000-6002 DIVISION 4.5. WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND INSURANCE: STATE EMPLOYEES NOT OTHERWISE COVERED CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS .................................. 6100-6101 CHAPTER 2. DIRECT PAYMENTS ..................................... 6110-6115 CHAPTER 3. INSURANCE ........................................... 6130-6131 CHAPTER 4. BENEFITS AND PROCEDURE .............................. 6140-6149 DIVISION 4.7. RETRAINING AND REHABILITATION ..................... 6200-6208 DIVISION 5. SAFETY IN EMPLOYMENT PART 1. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH CHAPTER 1. JURISDICTION AND DUTIES ............................ 6300-6332 CHAPTER 2. EDUCATION AND RESEARCH ............................. 6350-6359 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 5 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 CHAPTER 2.5. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES INFORMATION AND TRAINING Article 1. General Provisions ................................ 6360-6363 Article 2. Definitions ....................................... 6365-6374 Article 3. Hazardous Substances .............................. 6380-6386 Article 4. Duties .......................................... 6390-6399.2 Article 5. Liability and Remedies ........................ 6399.5-6399.7 CHAPTER 3. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES ........................................ 6400-6413.5 CHAPTER 4. PENALTIES .......................................... 6423-6436 CHAPTER 5. TEMPORARY VARIANCES ................................ 6450-6457 CHAPTER 6. PERMIT REQUIREMENTS ................................ 6500-6510 CHAPTER 7. APPEAL PROCEEDINGS ................................. 6600-6633 CHAPTER 8. ENFORCEMENT OF CIVIL PENALTIES ..................... 6650-6652 CHAPTER 9. MISCELLANEOUS SAFETY PROVISIONS .................... 6700-6719 PART 2. SAFEGUARDS ON RAILROADS CHAPTER 1. JURISDICTION ....................................... 6800-6802 CHAPTER 2. OPERATION PERSONNEL ................................ 6900-6910 CHAPTER 3. SAFETY DEVICES ..................................... 6950-6956 CHAPTER 4. TRAINS ................................................ 7000 PART 3. SAFETY ON BUILDINGS CHAPTER 1. BUILDINGS UNDER CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIR Article 1. Floors and Walls .................................. 7100-7110 Article 2. Scaffolding ....................................... 7150-7158 Article 3. Construction Elevators ............................ 7200-7205 Article 4. Structural Steel Framed Buildings ................. 7250-7267 CHAPTER 2. ELEVATORS, ESCALATORS, PLATFORM AND STAIRWAY CHAIR LIFTS, DUMBWAITERS, MOVING WALKS, AUTOMATED PEOPLE MOVERS, AND OTHER CONVEYANCES ... 7300-7324.2 CHAPTER 3. SAFETY DEVICES UPON BUILDINGS TO SAFEGUARD WINDOW CLEANERS ........................................... 7325-7332 CHAPTER 4. AERIAL PASSENGER TRAMWAYS .......................... 7340-7357 CHAPTER 5. CRANES Article 1. Permits for Tower Cranes .......................... 7370-7374 Article 2. Certification ..................................... 7375-7384 PART 4. MINING INDUSTRIES CHAPTER 3. UNDERGROUND TELEPHONES ............................. 7500-7501 PART 5. SHIPS AND VESSELS ...................................... 7600-7611 PART 6. TANKS AND BOILERS CHAPTER 1. SCOPE OF CHAPTER AND GENERAL PROVISIONS ............ 7620-7626 CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATION ..................................... 7650-7655 CHAPTER 3. OPERATION OF TANKS AND BOILERS ..................... 7680-7692 CHAPTER 4. INSPECTION FEES .................................... 7720-7728 CHAPTER 5. OFFENSES .............................................. 7750 CHAPTER 6. MISMANAGEMENT OF STEAM BOILERS ..................... 7770-7771 PART 7. VOLATILE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS ............................. 7800-7803 PART 7.5. REFINERY AND CHEMICAL PLANTS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL ............................................ 7850-7853 CHAPTER 2. PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT STANDARDS ................ 7855-7870 PART 8. AMUSEMENT RIDES SAFETY LAW ............................. 7900-7919 PART 8.1. PERMANENT AMUSEMENT RIDE SAFETY INSPECTION PROGRAM ... 7920-7932 PART 9. TUNNEL AND MINE SAFETY CHAPTER 1. TUNNELS AND MINES ................................ 7950-7964.5 CHAPTER 2. GASSY AND EXTRAHAZARDOUS TUNNELS ................... 7965-7985 CHAPTER 3. LICENSING AND PENALTIES ............................ 7990-8004 PART 10. USE OF CARCINOGENS CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS ................. 9000-9009 CHAPTER 2. EXEMPTIONS ............................................ 9015 4/ 9/ 14 11:13 P MCALIFORNIA LABOR CODE Page 6 of 6http:/ / www.leginfo.ca.gov/ cgi- bin/ calawquery?codesection= lab&codebody= &hits= 20 CHAPTER 3. STANDARDS AND ADMINISTRATION ....................... 9020-9022 CHAPTER 4. REPORTING .......................................... 9030-9032 CHAPTER 5. MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS .................................. 9040 CHAPTER 6. INSPECTIONS ........................................ 9050-9052 CHAPTER 7. PENALTIES .......................................... 9060-9061 PART 11. COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS CHAPTER 1. WORKING WAREHOUSES ................................. 9100-9104 http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/calawquery?codesection=lab&codebody=&hits=20
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  • 7. Deconstructing HR for the Distributed Workforce Steven Yee, SPHR StevenY@GravitateTraining.com @GravitateSteven www.GravitateTraining.com