Annual Workplace & Employment Law Update

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<p><strong>Los Angeles &mdash; Oct. 10</strong><br />Employers Group, the nation&rsquo;s oldest and largest employer-sponsored association dedicated to human resources management, has announced that its 2007 Workplace & Employment Law Update (WELU) will take place in six locations throughout California, starting at the end of October and running until early December.<br /><br />The daylong program will help California employers prepare for workplace issues in 2008. </p><p>The theme this year revolves around the top 10 things employers can immediately apply to their company practices, including:<br /></p><ul><li>Wage and hour and legal issues for 2008</li><li>Leaves of absence</li><li>What plaintiffs&#39; attorneys look for in cases against employers</li><li>Current workplace and employment law issues </li><li>Avoiding a termination lawsuit</li><li>How to &ldquo;out-recruit&rdquo; the competition</li><li>Safeguarding the workplace against harassment/discrimination complaints</li><li>Identifying threatening behavior to prevent workplace violence</li></ul><p>”Our members, made up of California business owners and their human resources staff, tell us this is the one event they never miss every year among all our programs,&rdquo; said Mark Wilbur, Employers Group president and CEO. &ldquo;The presenters include the top employment law attorneys and experts in the state. </p><p>”The program also includes a comprehensive review of all the important 2007 California legislation that will impact businesses next year.&rdquo;<br /><br />The WELU will be held in the hotels and convention centers at the following locations on the dates indicated:<br /></p><ul><li>Oct. 25: San Diego</li><li>Nov. 1: Ontario</li><li>Nov. 8: Los Angeles</li><li>Nov. 13: Anaheim</li><li>Nov. 29: Cerritos</li><li>Dec. 6: San Francisco</li></ul>

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