The United States Department of Labor, California legislature and several state courts have been active in the last year. Dozens of new rules, regulations and court ruling will affect employers throughout the state. Failure to comply with any of these changes can cost your business significant time and money.
Education is power. Come learn about the new laws which will affect your business and employees, and discuss the steps you can take to help ensure compliance and avoid costly fines or litigation.
Brian Koegle from Poole & Shaffery, LLP will present his annual Employment Law Update with a review of new federal and state regulations and recent case law, including:
* A wage and hour update (minimum wage increases throughout the state and county; and USDOL exemption changes);
* New rules pertaining to harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace;
* Updated mandatory sick leave issues;
* Employee handbook updates.
The presentation will also include a look ahead at anticipated court rulings and legislation affecting the employment landscape in 2016-17.
Please respond by Nov. 30, 2016
Tickets $20 per person
Chancellor’s Circle Members complimentary
For more information or to make a reservation contact the COC Foundation
The California Department of Transportation has scheduled full freeway closures on the northbound and southbound State Rout 14 / Antelope Valley Freeway between Technology Drive in Palmdale and Avenue A in Lancaster.
On Saturday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department celebrated 78 young men and women who completed a 14-week “Scouts of America - Learning for life,” Certified Sheriff’s Explorer Academy at S.T.A.R.S. Center in Whittier.
Raising the Curtain Foundation, through their Grand Ovation program, honored Jim Sudik and Paco Vela on Thursday, June 1 by naming the dressing rooms at the Newhall Family Theatre for the Performing Arts after the duo.
By now you have no doubt heard about the waste hauler transition coming to the city of Santa Clarita. Beginning July 1, all residents in our city will begin the process of switching over to Burrtec Waste Industries for their trash service.
California State Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo (D-Chatsworth) successfully passed eight bills off the Assembly Floor, bringing her total number of bills now in the Senate to 11. Notably, more than half of her bills received bipartisan support.
In collaboration with the Saugus Unified School District, the city of Santa Clarita is excited to announce playground construction plans for Northbridge Park. The project aims to provide recreational space for Charles Helmers Elementary School students and the surrounding Northbridge community. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer.
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