In the most recent Sacramento Employer Advisory Council (SEAC) Newsletter, Beth West shared a change in the way wage and hour violations can be reported to the California Labor Commissioner
This is a must read for all employers and as the title above includes the word”Beware,” this is certainly appropriate. You can access Beth’s comments by clicking HERE TO SEAC NEWS.
You will also notice in this SEAC read the EDD comments about 2017 Veterans Employer of the Year Award.
I am very supportive of SEAC that I became a member years ago and eventually became a volunteer board member.
This is a nonprofit organization that provides educational resources HR professionals and employers. SEAC conducts webinars, workshops and breakfast meetings to share the latest trends and important employment law topics employers need to know to help them be more successful. So, I recommend you become a member and participation in their informative events.
Here is how you may learn more about SEAC by going to the the SEAC WEBSITE.
I hope to see you at the next SEAC event where the topic will be Addressing Bullying in the Workplace: Being Mean May Not Necessarily Be Against the Law, But It Can Be Bad For Business.
Hope to see you there.