Antelope Valley EAC
The Antelope Valley Employer Advisory Council (AVEAC) is composed of employer volunteers representing a cross-section of business and industry. The AVEAC was developed to promote a stronger partnership between the California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the business community.
Our mission is to support employers with the tools they need for professional and successful partnerships with their employees and clients.
Los Angeles Metro EAC
The Los Angeles Metro Employer Advisory Council is a professional group of employees and/or employers who provide support and collaboration with EDD to businesses and employees.
San Fernando Valley EAC
The San Fernando Valley 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 State of California Employment Development Department, the San Fernando Valley EAC is the local representative to provide information on employment related issues.
San Gabriel Valley EAC
The San Gabriel Valley Employer Advisory Council (SGV EAC) acts in an advisory and partnership capacity with the California Employment Development Department (EDD) offices and personnel in the greater San Gabriel Valley and other assigned areas agreed to by the SGVEAC. Our Chapter provides human resources management support to employers in the community through seminars throughout the year. Over the years, our topics have included Employment Law Updates, Wage & Hour, Documentation/Discipline/Discharge, Safety, Workers’ Compensation, Unemployment Insurance/Hearings, Workplace Investigations, Sexual Harassment Training (AB 1825 compliant), Leaves of Absences, Dealing with Difficult Employees, Employee Handbooks, and other Human Resources topics. We also take the social responsibility of donating to various worthy causes in the San Gabriel Valley, including our annual recognition to US Veterans.
West Los Angeles EAC
The WLA Employers Advisory Council is composed of employee volunteers representing a cross section of business and industry. EAC’s were developed to promote a stronger partnership between the California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the business community.