Lively Labor Law update presented by Truckee Donner, North Lake Tahoe Chambers with Sierra Human Resources Association
TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; The business community is invited to attend a lively employment law update Thursday, Jan. 20 at the Cedar House Sports Hotel in Truckee, 8:30 a.m.-noon. Co-sponsored by the Truckee Donner and North Lake Tahoe Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with the Sierra Human Resources Association, this seminar includes updated information, new laws and best employment practices managers and business professionals need to know for 2011.
Julie A. Vogelzang is an employment law attorney and Partner at Duane Morris LLP in San Diego. She has successfully defended large, medium and small companies sued in cases including those alleging wage and hour, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and breach of contract claims. She specializes in leaves of absence and wage and hour violations, including misclassification and overtime cases, meal and rest break cases, background check cases, FMLA and pregnancy/child care leave violations, and independent contractor status cases.
Early bird registration, before Jan. 13, is $55 for Chamber and SHRA members, $65 for non-members. Registration and coffee service will be gin at 8 a.m. Attendees will be able to purchase 2010 labor law products at a discount.
Seating is limited and advance registration is required at http://www.sierrahra.com: Click on the online store. Or contact Truckee Chamber representative Linda Pendleton at 530-587-8808 for check processing and more information.-
Questions for the attorney can be submitted in advance to Laura@tahoetrainingpartners.com. Call Laura Moriarty, SHRA president-elect at 530-573-0224 or Kym Fabel, North Lake Tahoe Chamber Manager at 530-581-8764 for more information.
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