CALOBA is hosting its first employment law 101 seminar, co-sponsored by Jackson Lewis P.C. and the Silicon Valley Chinese Technology& Business Association (SVCTBA). This seminar will provide you practical guides to deal with commonly encountered employer-employee disputes. While not client-specific, this seminar will highlight the potential clashes between common Asian corporate practices and requirements under state and federal law. The seminar will also assist you with issue-spotting basic employment issues and minimizing risks and liability for your company and employees.
- Hiring and Interviewing
- Basic Employment law, including FEHA, CFRA, Title VII, and the California Labor Code.
- Workplace Investigations: Do you need to do this?
- Common Mistakes and Real-Life Examples
About the Speakers:
Stephanie T. Yang is an attorney with Jackson Lewis’ San Francisco office. She represents employers in all aspects of employment litigation and administrative proceedings, including wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, and breach of employment contract claims. She also counsels employers on all areas of employment compliance. Full bio: http://www.jacksonlewis.com/people.php?PeopleID=16519
D’Anne Gleicher focuses her practice on conducting independent and impartial workplace investigations, including EEO-related matters (harassment, discrimination, retaliation), whistle-blower allegations, and various other work-related policy violations. She has worked in private practice, as in-house employment counsel for a large government entity and a private corporation and founded her own firm in 2006. Full bio: http://www.wisegleicher.com/about-1-1-2-1/
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Central Computers, Inc., 3777 Stevens Creek Blvd. Suite 100 (2nd Floor), Santa Clara, CA 95051
Light dinner will be provided!!