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Attorneys

Upcoming Seminar: Employers: Your Supervisor Did What? A Workshop on How Best to Train Supervisors

October 17, 2012

Download: Employers Your Supervisor Did What.pdf

The Sacramento Employer Advisory Council In Partnership with the Employment Development Department Present…

Employers: Your Supervisor Did What?

The Answer To This One Question Can Either Make Or Break An Employer’s Case!

• Employment lawsuits represent almost 50% of all lawsuits filed, and almost all employment lawsuits result from a supervisor’s conduct. Not because the supervisor intended to do something wrong, but because the supervisor was not properly trained.

• Employers have the power to reduce their risk of liability by training supervisors on important employment law requirements and teaching them how to respond to various workplace situations.

Let Us Help You Train Your Supervisors

SEAC presents a very special training workshop.

• Join SEAC and its network of experts for an intense half-day workshop designed to teach employers and human resource professionals on how to effectively train supervisors on some of the most challenging workplace issues faced by employers and supervisors every day.

• Workshop participants will learn how to train supervisors on things like dealing with problem employees, managing absences & accommodations, properly responding to complaints and avoiding retaliation, and complying with other legal obligations & important employer policies.

Join Us – We look forward to seeing you at this very important workshop.

Attorney Lizbeth West, Chairman of the Board, will be introducing the speakers.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Seminar Program

8:00 a.m.- 8:20 a.m. – Registration and Breakfast

8:20 a.m. – 12:30 p.m – Program

Location

Sacramento State Alumni Center
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 98519

Registration available at www.saceac.com

For further information or questions please contact:

Frida Ramirez at 916.227.0368 or Frida.Ramirez@edd.ca.edu

To RSVP, Complete The Form Below