California’s labor laws strictly limit how much rent can be charged or credited against the wages of a resident manager or other employee required to live onsite. Significant penalties and liability can result from making this calculation incorrectly. This webinar will provide a detailed review of CAA’s Onsite Employee Agreement and a myriad of other issues related to resident managers.
This webinar will cover the key information landlords with onsite employee need to know:
- What is the allowed lodging credit for 2019?
- Is it possible to charge a higher rent than the lodging credit?
- Should an onsite employee pay a security deposit?
- Can a resident manager be an independent contractor?
- Do resident managers have to be paid overtime?
- How to deal a couple who share the duties of resident manager
- Can the resident manager have roommates who pay rent?
- When is a resident manager required?
- What minimum duties is a resident manager required to perform?
- Is a resident manager a tenant?
- What happens when employment is terminated?
Heidi Palutke, CAA Education, Policy and Compliance Counsel
Servando R. Sandoval, Partner, Pahl & McCay Law Firm
Servando R. Sandoval is a partner with Pahl & McCay Law firm. He has extensive experience in all facets of employment law and fair housing laws, including counseling clients as to day-to-day employment and housing issues, conducting investigations and defending claims before all Courts and in administrative hearings.
Qualifies for 1 Unit CCRM Continuing Education Credit
Cost: $49 CAA Member/ $89 Non-Member.
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