You are invited to a FREE seminar!
Tuesday, May 8: Wage Hour Issues
Including what you need to know - and do - in response to the just published California Supreme Court's long-awaited Brinker case decision concerning major meal period and rest break issues.
As service to our members, we have partnered with the leadership of the Kings County Employer Advisory Council and several other organizations in the county to provide exceptional educational opportunities for employers. This new co-sponsored effort is known as The Employer Assembly of Kings County.
This partnership allows us to offer you the
professional, useful, and up-to-date information you
need in today's highly regulated and litigious environment - even better, all of the outstanding Employer Assembly 2012 Seminars are FREE!
Our next seminar - Wage Hour Issues - will discuss California's wage and hour laws. If you find them confusing, you're not alone. The subject is particularly difficult because the state's requirements create more restrictions than federal law. To learn more, plan to attend the Employer Assembly Seminar on May 8th to hear from employment law expert Attorney Dan Klingenberger of Dowling Aaron Incorporated. He will review California's tough wage and hour laws, including: overtime issues, the Brinker case impact on meal periods and rest breaks, makeup time, split shifts, on-call and standby pay, pay for training, tip pooling, and MORE!
To attend this important seminar, simply click here to register online - it's just that easy! The seminar will be held at the College of the Sequoias Hanford Center's new high tech conference room. The seminar, including ample time for Q & A, will be from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. - check-in will begin at 7:45 a.m.
Don't miss great learning opportunity -
the future of your business could depend on it.