DP&F Employment Law Team Presents 2021 Annual Labor Law Update for Sonoma County EAC

2021 Labor Law Update
Presented by the Sonoma County Employer Advisory Council
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
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DP&F Managing Partner Jennifer E. Douglas and DP&F’s Employment Law team will give the 2021 Labor Law Update for the Sonoma County Employer Advisory Council on Wednesday, October 27th. Associates Marissa Buck, Valerie Perdue, and Sarah Hirschfeld-Sussman will join Jennifer in presenting the half-day program. Seminar topics include the risks associated with Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) cases and the latest laws and regulations concerning COVID-19 in the workplace, including vaccinations. The virtual event addresses issues faced by small business owners, human resource specialists, and managers with an emphasis on California state law.

In addition, the program will provide the opportunity to hear from a representative from Cal/OSHA regarding how the agency is enforcing its COVID regulations.

About Sonoma County Employer Advisory Council

Sonoma County EAC is a partnership between the California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the business community. The membership represents a cross section of business and industry. The EAC is committed to assisting employers in conducting their business more effectively, providing information on employment related issues, and enhancing the partnership between EDD and the private sector.

Sonoma County is a member of the California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC), which is a nonprofit, statewide umbrella organization for over 50 Employer Advisory Councils throughout the state. The CEAC provides links between employers, EACs, the Employment Development Department and the U.S. Department of Labor. While Sonoma County EAC works with the business community at a local level, the CEAC represents all California EACs at the state level. It tackles state and federal employment issues, communicates with legislative representatives and gains grass root support on legislation.