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Semi annual H/R legal update

Post Date: November 6th, 2013

 

The East County Personnel Association November luncheon with attorney Cindy Freeland presenting an H/R legal update  

NOVEMBER H/R LEGAL UPDATE!

The California Legal Landscape … does it need trimming, fertilizing, or watering?

In 2013, the California Legislature and California courts have been busy enacting and effectuating changes to the legal landscape for employers, and there are more potentially significant developments on the horizon about which all employers, regardless of size, should be aware.  On November 21, 2013, Cynthia A. Freeland, a partner with Schor & Freeland, LLP, will discuss significant cases and legislation that are shaping or will shape the way California employers should approach wage and hour practices, leaves of absence, terminations, and the use of social media in the workplace.  Ms. Freeland also will suggest some early New Year’s Resolutions for fostering a workplace with decreased risk of liability and increased potential for productivity.

Join East County Personnel Association for our semi-annual legal update!

Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Brigantine Restaurant, La Mesa

11:30am-1:00pm

$30 Members

$40 Non-Members

Reservations to Carolh@pmp-elcajon.com or at www.ecopa.net.

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For those that pay online: Please note that our online payment system will be offline effective November 20, 2013 due to the Google’s termination of their payment program. We will have updated information as soon as it becomes available. If you pay online, please do so before November 20th.  Thank you.

 

Time to renew your membership! Memberships renew in January 2014!

 

About our speaker … 

Cindy Freeland has practiced law since 1995, helping her clients create and implement clear expectations for employee performance and advocating for her clients in defense of those expectations. Her practice focuses on employment litigation and general civil litigation.  Ms. Freeland counsels clients on policies, practices and procedures, including protection of confidential information and trade secrets; issues relating to hiring, promotions, demotions, discharges, reductions in force; employment issues in mergers and acquisitions; privacy; and arbitration.  She regularly assists employers by conducting investigations of employee misconduct.  Ms. Freeland’s practice also includes educating managers and employees on setting and effectuating clear expectations in the workplace, along with other employment law issues.