Are your Employment Policies and Practices in Need of Repair?

claim-your-employee-rightsAs a small business employer, it is overwhelming to keep on top of California’s constantly-evolving and complicated employment laws.  But it is a must in the litigious environment in which we operate our businesses.

A recent study revealed that businesses in the U.S. have greater than 1 in 10 chance of having an employment practices charge filed against them. Employers based in California have a 42% higher chance of facing an employment charge than the national average.  Do everything in your power to not become one of these statistics – starting with becoming educated on the following employment law topics at the May 11, 2016 meeting:

  • The Basics on Wage and Hour Law (minimum wage, overtime, meal and rest breaks, timekeeping requirements, exempt v. nonexempt)
  • Legality of Flat Rate Pay
  • California’s New Paid Sick Leave Law
  • Recent Employment Lawsuits against Auto Repair Shops

Shivani SutariaShivani Sutaria, Esq., the principal at Shivani Sutaria Law Offices, is an experienced employment law attorney with an extensive litigation-background.  In her practice, she works with employers to develop proactive strategies that will mitigate their employment law risks.  Her services include: Providing advice and counsel on employment issues that arise in the workplace; Conducting trainings for management and employees; Performing audits of clients’ employment practices and policies to ensure compliance with current laws and utilization of best practices;  Developing policies, contracts and Handbooks that protect the interests of the employer; and Representation of employers in pre-litigation employment disputes such as administrative complaints on harassment, discrimination, wage and hour issues, and unemployment insurance.

Event Location: Biltmore Hotel
2151 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, CA 95054

COST | First person from a Chapter 42 member shop is free; other attendees pay $35

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