What is the Alameda County Employer Advisory Council?
The Alameda County Employer Advisory Council is a non-profit corporation. The purpose of the Advisory Council is to:
- To facilitate communication and support between EDD and employers to convey the services available, such as employment services, management aids, tax and unemployment insurance and other relevant information.
- To host educational seminars, workshops and events
- To sponsor scholarship and community programs and projects
- To provide a forum for employers to network and share best practices
In partnership with the California Employer Advisory Council and the State of California Employment Development Department, we will provide Bay Area employers with information and resources to enable them to operate more effectively and efficiently.
- Membership in the statewide California Employer Advisory Council
- A Management Hotline for your labor and employment law questions
- Discount on EAC breakfast seminars and training
- 20% Discount on compliance poster products
- Scholarship Program for members and their families
- Business marketing and networking opportunities
- Continuing education credits for HR Professionals
- Contact with a local EDD liaison
- Volunteer opportunities
2018 will be an amazing year for Alameda County Employer Advisory Council (AEAC) members and, if you are not currently a AEAC member, 2017 would be a great time to get on board!
Certificates of attendance will be available upon request.
The Alameda County Employer Advisory Council
in partnership with
The California Employment Development Department
2018 Wage and Hour Law Update
by Jason A. Geller, Fisher Phillips
California employers unfortunately often get sued because of potential wage and hour mistakes. Fisher Phillips attorney, Jason Geller, will cover some of the primary issues employers need to focus on, such as state and local minimum wage increases, exemptions, equal pay, wage statements and meal and rest break compliance. You’ll leave with information and tools to audit your organization’s wage and hour practices to avoid costly mistakes.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
39900 Balentine Drive
Newark, CA 94560
Check-in: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Cost: $45 for members, $65 for non-members
For membership information, contact [email protected].
Membership runs from January through December, and is by company, not individual. Membership dues are $90.00 paid annually.
For membership and seminar information, please contact:
Joleah Jackson, EAC Coordinator