Coming to San Francisco, October 9-11, 2013
Coming to Anaheim, October 23-25, 2013
CELU is now in two locations! Join in San Francisco or Anaheim for our all-new program — specifically designed for California employers — with practical guidance for overcoming the latest management challenges. In just three days, you’ll learn how to protect your organization from lawsuits and penalties and how to create effective, legally sound workplace policies.
The state Fair Employment and Housing Commission was abolished as of Jan. 1, but this doesn’t mean your legal compliance obligations have gotten any easier. Far from it, in fact: The new seven-member Fair Employment and Housing Council is zealously committed to enforcing employee rights, and the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) is now authorized to prosecute cases directly in court and collect both attorneys’ fees and costs. Even the best-intentioned employers can make devastating missteps when it comes to compliance with the full array of anti-bias laws — particularly in California, where you have the employee-friendly protections of state law to worry about. Now’s the time to get prepared.
Following the 2012 election, both Obama and “Obamacare” are here to stay — and the countdown to the 2014 individual mandate is on. That’s why you need to get your house in order now, in 2013. If you have 50 or more full-time-equivalent employees, that includes deciding if you’ll “play or pay” pursuant to what’s considered perhaps the most contentious of all the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions. You won’t want to miss our up-to-the-minute healthcare update. We’ll cover the following and much more:
A well-organized pay program is more important now than ever before, in the wake of the Great Recession. Merit budgets are smaller, compensation programs are challenged, and you simply need to do more with less. We’re also seeing philosophical changes occurring at the highest levels of government with respect to the idea of “pay for performance,” such as demands for aggressive approaches to reducing the wage gap between men and women. In order to keep up with other employers, as well as to attract and retain top talent, it’s a must for you to be up-to-date on the latest trends so you can remain competitive. We’ll explain:
We’ll give you the real skinny on the latest HR-related developments that are keeping you up at night: wage/hour conundrums… “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device) dilemmas… drugs in the workplace… guns in the workplace… and so much more:
San Francisco: October 9, 2013
Anaheim: October 23, 2013