Adapt to Survive: Keeping Up With California Employment Laws

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Name: Adapt to Survive: Keeping Up With California Employment Laws
Date: August 22, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM PDT
Event Description:

Are you an employer at risk? Do you have concerns about possible legal action against you or your company for failing to comply with labor law such as the new expanded parental leave law?  In today's business climate change is everywhere. You need to ADAPT TO SURVIVE. Employers need an effective way to document and report the required data in order to avoid costly fines and other penalties. This workshop will review the most critical issues and most common areas where small businesses put themselves at risk. Join us as we look at new labor laws and the process of maximizing compliance to reduce the risk of legal action. Yes, we will discuss independent contractors and the rules for classifying an employee as Exempt. We will allow time for individual questions.

Audrianne Adams Lee, President and Founder of HR NETwork, Inc. brings to the workshop twenty five years of human resources expertise from Fortune 500 high-technology and service companies.  Audrianne has an extensive background and “hands-on” experience in the design and implementation of HR programs for small businesses that keep employers in compliance, while motivating employees towards increased business performance. HR NETwork, an HR outsourcing company, was designed to partner with businesses, relieving them of the burden and confusion of the complicated and highly regulated Human Resources systems.  Audrianne holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, as well as certified in compensation development and design.
Yorba Linda Public Library
18181 Imperial Hwy
Yorba Linda, CA 92886
Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, August 22
(check-in 5:30-6:00 p.m.) 
6:00-8:30 p.m.
Limited seating, save yours by registering here: SCORE website.
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