East Bay EAC

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What the East Bay EAC Offers

  • Educational seminars on supervision and employment law compliance
  • Networking opportunities
  • Links to technical assistance
  • Opportunities for dialogue with Employment Development Department (EDD) representatives
  • Information and updates on Unemployment Insurance (Ul) and taxes, State Disability Insurance (SDI) benefits, and State employment taxes
  • Online employment services
  • Membership discounts for employer seminars and meetings

How You Benefit

  • Avoid the most common supervisory pitfalls
  • Quickly get help with labor law and personnel management issues
  • Save money on supervisory and employment law training
  • Get and keep high quality employees
  • Lower employment costs
  • Meet experienced business people who can help resolve your concerns
  • Become part of a network that helps EDD serve you better

What Employers Say

“EAC has a lot of benefits for our company: seminars with valuable up-to-date information;
first hand information on EDD services for employers; networking with other companies.”
La Vonne Clarine
Data 2

“Only way to keep up on what’s hot and what’s not in HR. Great networking. Meaningful interaction
with State and Federal regulatory agencies … and breakfast, too!”
Cissy Dendy,
Controller
SCNM

“As the HR Department or our company, I find the seminars extremely valuable and useful.
Thanks, EAC and EDD for putting them on.”
Charles D. Bernstein,
H.R. Manager
Paramount Export Co.

“The information that I receive at East Bay Employer Advisory Council meetings helps me keep
my clients current on supervisory and compliance matters.”
Andrew Reed,
H.R. Manager
Reed & Associates

“EAC has provided me with a tremendous wealth of information in many aspects of the employment
and labor arenas. The information that I receive is of invaluable assistance to Peerless Coffee Company,
with a number of employment matters.”
Joseph A Faimali
Peerless Coffee Company

How To Contact Us

For more information about the East Bay EAC, please contact Ray Mark at 510-259-3510.