‘Trash Talk with Attorneys’ | SierraSun.com

‘Trash Talk with Attorneys’

The business community is invited to attend a lively employment law update Trash Talk with Attorneys, on Friday, Jan. 15 at Resort at Squaw Creek from 9 a.m. to 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 managers and business professionals need to know for 2010.The popular “Trash Talk” format includes a great presentation followed by plenty of time to ask the well-rounded panel of attorneys from both California and Nevada anything that’s on your mind. Richard Rybicki of Rybicki and Associates, PC in Napa, David Cohen of Cohen Durrett, LLP in Sacramento and Nicole Harvey of Harvey Law Firm in Reno will cover new laws as well as best employment practices in general. Expect to hear information on Wage and Hour, Fair Pay and Immigration concerns, new Department of Labor guidance on the reversal of temporary reduction of exempt worker hours and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission FAQ’s on furloughs, reductions in pay, severance agreements and GINA compliance.Early bird registration (before Jan. 8) is $55 for Chamber and SHRA members, $65 for non members. Beverages and snacks will be provided at 8:30 a.m. Attendees will be able to purchase 2010 labor law products at a discount.Seating is limited and advance registration is required. Please register at http://www.sierrahra.com. Click on the online store. Or contact Truckee Chamber representative Linda Pendleton at 587-8808 for check processing and more information.Questions for the attorneys may 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 581-8764 for more information.

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