The Marin County EAC is one of the more than 50 local Employer Advisory Councils (EAC) throughout the State. Under the umbrella of the statewide California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC) and the Employment Development Department, the Marin County EAC is the local representative to provide information on employment related issues.
Membership and Benefits
Annual dues: $70 per company, per year and covers all of 2018.
- $25 discount per attendee for Marin EAC seminars.
- Discounts to other Bay Area EAC seminars at their member’s discount.
- Free Hotline service for answers to employer questions.
- Opportunities to network with peers.
- Have a direct link to EDD representatives and programs.
Note: Funds collected exceeding the seminar cost will support future seminars or community employment and training opportunities.
Please visit http://www.cvent.com/d/ftq690/4W to sign up for 2019.
For more information about EAC membership and seminars:
Valerie Nagle, EDD
John Bottari, Marin EAC Chair, Region 2 Vice President, and CEAC President-elect receives an award for ten years of service to Marin EAC Presenting the award is Chris Gallagher, from Vice Chair of the Marin EAC
Cristin Lin, board Treasurer receiving her award for 20 years of service from John Bottari, Chair and William Betley, President of the California EAC.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in the #MeToo Era
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
San Francisco Bay Model
8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Every organization has a legal duty to maintain a workplace free of harassment and retaliation and ensure that every employee is treated with dignity and respect. This is especially true in California, where employers with five or more employees are now required to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees before January 1, 2020. This training meets all guidelines for training supervisors and other employees.
Please join the Marin EAC and leading labor and employment law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP for this vital, state mandated training. Information and guidance regarding federal and state statutory provisions and practical examples will be reviewed.
Sarah E. Robertson & Jasmine L. Anderson
Sarah is a partner in Constangy’s San Francisco office. A highly-experienced litigator, Sarah focuses her practice on the defense of discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims, as well as claims relating to medical leave issues. In addition, Sarah litigates actions relating to wage and hour issues, unfair competition, and misappropriation of trade secrets. Her practice also includes a robust component of counseling, training, and policy development. She advises employers on the full range of employment law compliance topics.
Jasmine is an Attorney in Constangy’s San Francisco office. Jasmine primarily defends employers in all aspects of employment law matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Jasmine handles a variety of claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, failure to accommodate, wage and hour, denial of leave, and other employment law issues. Jasmine also provides advice and counsel to employers on how to prevent these claims and develop lawful and effective policies and practices.
- 8:30 a.m. – Registration and Continental Breakfast
- 9:00 a.m. – Welcome, Announcements and Introduction of Speakers – Sarah E. Robertson & Jasmine L. Anderson
- 9:00 a.m. – Program: Sexual Harassment Prevention Training in the #Me Too Era
- 11:00 a.m. – Adjourn
Watch this site for additional information and to register.
Claudio Calvo working with business’ and the hiring of Vets for Sonoma EAC and Marin EAC. Presenting a plaque from the Sonoma County Veterans Job Fair Committee.
Marin County EAC Board Members:
Chair: John Bottari, West Bay Bavarian
Vice Chair: Chris Gallagher, San Franciso Bay Model
Treasurer: Cristin Lin, Rehabilitation Institute of America
Secretary: Shawn Hansen, EDD
Membership co-Chair: Ginny Kuhel, Kuhel and Associates
Membership co-Chair: Eileen Callahan
Social Media Chair: Nancy Mellor, Nelson
Veteran’s Representative: Claudio Calvo, Hearts for Veterans
Member-at-large: Carla Overberger
EAC Coordinator: Valerie Nagle, EDD