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SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential

This program is conducted in a VIRTUAL LIVE instructor led environment and you can participate from any location with a computer and internet access.  The University of La Verne is recognized by SHRM to offer the SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential Program.  This course is ideal for anyone who deals with employees in California, by providing directions for navigating the complexities of California Employment Law.  For the HR Professional, this program and micro-credential will distinguish you from others in this field while at the same time earning  25 PDCs for your existing SHRM CP/SCP certification.  Participants may include, but not limited to HR Professional, HR Administrators, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Office Managers, and Small Business Owners.

 

Program Overview

The SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential Program addresses five key Human Resource Management topics specifically for California, in a combination of Instructor led modules and SHRM e-Learning subjects in a user-friendly format designed to give an effective learning experience:

  • California HR: Applying CA Law to Employment Practices (15 Hours)
  • Four comprehensive SHRM eLearning courses on California-specific topics:(10 hours)
    • California Wage and Hour Laws
    • California Leaves of Absence
    • California Privacy, Security, Health and Safety
    • California Benefits

Course Benefits

The SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential Program provides participants with knowledge and skills that can be used immediately and is  designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Accurately apply California wage and hour rules and regulations.
  • Accurately apply California benefits and worker’s compensation rules and regulations.
  • Adhere to key regulations impacting employee/employer relations in California.
  • Accurately apply California regulations regarding leaves of absence when calculating employee leave.
  • Interpret and apply California employment regulations regarding security, safety, and privacy.

 

Micro-Credential

How to earn the SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential

  1. Complete all 5 Modules of the University of La Verne’s SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential program, which includes:
  • California HR: Applying CA Law to Employment Practices Seminar—Instructor Led 15 hours
  • Four comprehensive SHRM eLearning courses on California-specific topics:
    • California Wage and Hour Laws
    • California Leaves of Absence
    • California Privacy, Security, Health and Safety
    • California Benefits
  • Pass a 51-question online California knowledge assessment
  1. After passing the assessment, add your Micro-Credential to your resume, e-mail signatures and social media profiles, proving your California expertise to your employer and your network.
  2. You do not have to be SHRM-certified to earn the SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential; however, you will receive 25 PDCs toward your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP recertification upon completion of the Micro-Credential package.

The University of La Verne is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. This SHRM California Employment Law Micro-Credential program is eligible for 25 SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. For more information about certification or re-certification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.

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