Welcome to the SF EAC Website!
The San Francisco Employer Advisory Council (SF EAC) is composed of employer volunteers representing a cross section of business and industry. The EAC was developed to promote a stronger partnership between the California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the business community. Its commitment is to assist employers in conducting their business more effectively and efficiently, to provide information on employment-related issues, and to enhance the communication between the EDD and the private sector.
|1/10/2019||Annual Labor Law||Michael Wahlander & Elizabeth MacGregor from Seyfarth Shaw|
|2/7/2019||San Francisco Ordinance||Jason Geller from Fisher & Phillips|
|3/7/2019||Social Media||Katherine Kimsey & Jordan Goldschmidt from Littler Mendelson|
|4/4/2019||Wage & Hour Do’s and Don’ts||Robert Lockwood from Pacific Employment Law|
|5/9/2019||Employee Investigation||Marc Jacuzzi from Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi P.C.|
|6/6/2019||Crucial Conversations – How to Stay Out of Legal Trouble||Robert Fried from Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo|
|8/1/2019||Effective Hiring, Recruiting, and Termination Practices to Avoid a Lawsuit||Nathan Low from Fisher & Phillips|
SF EAC 2019 membership runs from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
Benefits of the SF EAC Membership include:
- No additional charge for the members to attend total of 11 seminars in 2019
- Stay current with changes in employment law through presentations by expert speakers
- May earn total of 22 HRCI and SHRM credits for HR Education and Professional Development
- Free access to the Management Hotline managed by an employment law attorney
- Free and immediate assistance listing your job openings on CalJOBSSM system (EDD)
- Free space for your on-site recruitment at EDD Workforce Services San Francisco office
- Open opportunities to network with other business professionals
- And many more…
San Francisco EAC 2019 annual membership dues:
Small Companies (50 employees or fewer) are
$75 for 1 person or $95 for up to 3 people
Large Companies (51 employees or more) are
$95 for 1 person or $125 for up to 3 people
from the same company/agency can attend any or all of the monthly seminars without additional cost.
Part of the membership proceeds will sponsor the Scholarship Program, which is designed to encourage individuals to advance their academic preparation for careers in business.
Click here for the San Francisco EAC 2019 Membership Application.
Please download SF EAC 2019 Membership Application, complete it, and mail it with the check (payable to the San Francisco EAC) to:
Attn: Tiffany Kong, San Francisco EAC
50 California Street, 18th floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
Pay for your membership online with PayPal
How To Contact Us
For more information about San Francisco EAC membership and seminars, please contact:
Silvines Kuan, SF EAC Coordinator
Employment Development Department-Workforce Service Branch San Francisco Office
801 Turk Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
2018 HISTORY OF EVENTS:
The SF EAC is a member of the California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC).
|1/12/2018||Key Development in California Employment Law for 2018||Ryan McCoy, Chantelle Egan from Seyfarth Shaw|
|2/1/2018||A Closer Look at 2018 Employment Legislation and Legal Developments for Employers||Jason Geller from Fisher & Phillips|
|3/1/2018||Cal/OSHA Fundamentals and Recent Developments||Joshua Henderson from Seyfarth Shaw|
|4/5/2018||Caught in the Immigration Crossfire: Complying with Federal and State Immigration Law||Angela Ochoa from Fisher & Phillips|
|5/3/2018||What to consider before you classify workers as either contractors or employees||Sean Piers from Littler Mendelson|
|6/7/2018||2018 Employee Handbook||Katherine Kimsey from Littler Mendelson|
|8/2/2018||Employment Law Mid- Year Update||Elizabeth MacGregor & Eric Ruehe from Seyfarth Shaw|
|9/6/2018||Sexual Harassment and Harassment Prevention Training and Education for Supervisors||Ron Garrity from Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi P.C.|
|10/4/2018||Navigating Disability Leaves and Reasonable Accommodations||Michell Scannel & Shireen Wetmore from Seyfarth Shaw|
|11/1/2018||Hot Topics and New Developments in California Wage & Hour Law||Robert Lockwood from Pacific Employment Law|
|12/6/2018||When the Smoke Clears: Drugs in the Workplace||William Betley from Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo|