15 September 2023
10:00 - 11:00
Valley First Credit Union Board Room 1419 J Street Modesto, CA 95354
In webinar

The Stanislaus County Employer Advisory Council
In partnership with the Employment Development Department

Human Resources 101: Tips and Myths

Having good practices in human resources can help any business improve their bottom line. Human resources is important for the people process, hiring the right staff, and plays an important role with maintaining compliance with ever-changing employment laws. Onboarding, training and development, safety and guidance for strategic management practices are other benefits that help a business, and their employees succeed.

Review hot human resource topics including:

  • Wages and hours
  • Exempt and non-exempt
  • California paid sick leave
  • Leave of absences
  • Required benefits
  • New employment laws

Friday, September 15, 2023, 10-11 a.m.

Valley First Credit Union Board Room
1419 J Street
Modesto, CA 95354


  • Webinar begins and welcome: 10:00 a.m.
  • Presentation begins: 10:15 a.m.
  • Closing comments, questions, and answers: 10:45 a.m.

$40 Nonmembers
$20 Members

Meeting available virtually via Zoom. In-person attendance is highly recommended.
Light refreshments will be available.

Register via Eventbrite.

About the Presenter:
Lourdes Uranday is a human resources consultant and business advisor.  Her education and experience include an MBA in human resource management, with more than 25 years of experience as a human resource executive in corporate America having worked alongside businesses such as Foster Farms, Dole, Con Agra Foods and a Tier 1 provider to Tesla.  Lourdes is an excellent resource for business start-ups, employment laws, staffing, grant writing, training, and business consulting and serves Small Business Development Centers throughout the Central Valley and Northern California. She is also experienced in union collective bargaining agreements and negotiations. The extensive experience she has makes her instrumental in helping businesses with more than $2.5M in grant funding, as well as having the ability to help employers at different stages ranging from “start-up” to employers with over 3000 employees. Committed to the business community, she has served on the Greater Stockton Employer Advisory Council Board, Central Valley Hispanic Chamber, as Board Secretary, and is the founder for the Stanislaus County Employer Advisory Council where she was awarded the 2021 Outstanding EAC Chairperson award and now serves as the Region 3 Vice President for the California EAC.

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