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WHAT’S NEW IN 2023
Covering Employment Legal Essentials and New Workplace Laws

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Annual Seminar for Employers

Friday, January 27, 2023
Friday, February 17, 2023

 

Now’s the time to secure your spot for our virtual sessions on “what’s new” in California employment law for 2023.

The all-day session – offered on two dates — includes, among much more:

  • Hiring process, including applications, interviews, and testing;
  • Discipline and termination;
  • The essentials of written employment agreements, including restrictions on mandatory arbitration;
  • Discrimination, harassment and retaliation prevention and handling;
  • Proper compensation, paid leave and other policy issues;
  • Criteria for classifying independent contractors; and
  • COVID-19 regulations for the workplace, including the fluctuating impact of federal, state and local mandatory vaccination regulations.

The session is a must for all business owners, executives and personnel management staff, the foundation for confident hiring and stable business expansion in the new year and beyond.

We emphasize practical application with attendees encouraged to seek guidance on their particular legal challenges or concerns.

We include a sample PDF set of our 2023 updated model employee handbook, policies and forms.

From past attendees:

“This seminar is a great service to our community and the employers of this state! I look forward to attending more of them. I feel better prepared to confront what it will take to put a lawful workplace into existence. Thank you, Tim, and your staff, for this great service and the useful materials you provide.” – CR

“The webinar with Tim and Cindy was extremely informative and provided knowledge that was key to operating my business. I enjoyed the presentation and all of the accompanying materials. I’m sure to recommend the Law Offices of Timothy Bowles to any business with employment law needs. The professionalism of the attorneys and their ability to present the complexity of California employment law to all attendees was exceptional!” – TT

“This has been an INVALUABLE service! Tim Bowles and staff have put together the materials and the counseling (in terms of live response to questions) that gives us the data necessary to be compliant with both the state and federal government. Worth very much more than the cost. My team and I can’t thank you all enough for your superior product!” -TS

Choose from the following dates:

Friday, January 27, 2023, 9:30 – 4:30pm (break midway)

Friday, February 17, 2023, 9:30 – 4:30pm (break midway)

Pricing: $200 first company attendee; $175 for each additional person attending

DON’T WAIT!

Contact Aimee Rosales to reserve your space.
Email: officemgr@tbowleslaw.com; phone 626.583.6600.

Zoom meeting connection supplied upon registration.

November 15, 2022

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    Now’s the time to secure your spot for our virtual sessions on “what’s new” in California employment law for 2023.

    The all-day session – offered on two dates — includes, among much more:

    Hiring process, including applications, interviews, and testing;
    Discipline and termination;
    The essentials of written employment agreements, including restrictions on mandatory arbitration;
    Discrimination, harassment and retaliation prevention and handling;
    Proper compensation, paid leave and other policy issues;
    Criteria for classifying independent contractors; and
    COVID-19 regulations for the workplace, including the fluctuating impact of federal, state and local mandatory vaccination regulations.