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2011 California Employment Law Conference

The SHRM California Employment Law Conference

We know you face additional hurdles as an HR professional with business operations in California. Frequent changes to California employment law can prove to be difficult to track and navigate. Stay informed about key developments at both the state and federal levels by attending the SHRM 2011 California Employment Law Conference. Co-developed with the California State Council of SHRM, this conference will focus on employment law changes affecting HR professionals in the areas of: 

· defamation

· discrimination

· domestic partnerships

· dress codes

· electronic communications

· English-only rules

· fraud/misrepresentation


· harassment

· leaves of absence

· meal and rest breaks

· negligent hiring

· privacy expectations

· tips and wages

· training requirements

 
Attend and connect with other HR professionals doing business in California who face the same challenges. You'll receive solutions from the industry's thought leaders on compliance and regulatory issues in California and beyond.

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What Is the California State Council of SHRM? As an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management, the California State Council of SHRM offers HR professionals the opportunity to network with peers, find a wealth of information on chapter development and retention, learn from local and national speakers, participate in California and national certification programs, gain volunteer leadership experience and recognition, and much more.  

There are 17 chapters within California, and the California State Council of SHRM is dedicated to developing value-added services to meet the needs of chapter members, to sustain the level of engagement from its members, and to provide a united HR voice for positive legislative impact in California.  More information on the California State Council of SHRM can be found at http://cashrm.org .

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