The Grady Firm to Host 2018 Labor Law Update Seminar on February 7 in Beverly Hills, CA

Beverly hillsOn Wednesday, February 7, 2018, Jennifer Grady, Esq. will host the 2018 Labor Law Update, sponsored by The Grady Firm, P.C. and the California Employers Association (CEA) in Beverly Hills, California. This event will cover recent, drastic changes to employment law and how such changes may impact California employers.  There will be time for Questions and Answers at the end of the presentation, and the opportunity to network with other business owners.

Governor brown signs lawsLate last year, Governor Jerry Brown signed more than 800 new bills into law. Many new laws significantly impact employers, including:

• Changes to California’s minimum wage,
• The expansion of parental leaves of absence to employers with 20 employees,
• Measures limiting information employers can ask job applicants about salary and criminal history; and
• New requirements for mandatory sexual harassment prevention training.

Business leaders, HR professionals and employers across all industries should stay abreast of these changes to ensure compliance and avoid costly liability issues. Register now to reserve your seat, as attendance is limited to the first 20 participants.

View More: event will be presented by California employment law attorney and corporate trainer, Jennifer Grady, Esq., and is co-hosted by The Grady Firm, P.C. and the California Employers Association.

You mus register in advance to attend the seminar here.

For parking information, click here.

This event is non-refundable within 24 hours of the event date.

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