Appreciate and value employees in generations different than your own
Encourage and require a collaborative environment in a multi-generational work team
Recruit and retain strong team members from a variety of generations
Reward others at work based on their expectations (but in line with your company’s)
Support Hiring Managers as they understand and enjoy working with a diverse workforce
Certificate of Completion are available for this Seminar
Meet The Speaker
Marlo Johnston, SPHR, is a seasoned Human Resources professional with over 25 years’ experience. She newly joined the Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council Board. She attended undergraduate and graduate school in the California State University system, obtained her SPHR in 2009 and has worked primarily in the Healthcare industry. She has extensive experience in Employee and Labor Relations, Management Coaching, Training & Organizational Development, Recruitment & Retention, Leave Administration, Comp and Benefits, and is passionate about Employee Safety. She enjoys mentoring growing HR professionals and sharing her knowledge with others at seminars and conferences. Marlo lives in the East Bay with her husband, 2 children, and one very active Labrador Retriever.
Interplay of Leaves, Workers’ Compensation and ADA
Update on new laws/requirements
Best practice strategies
Meet The Speaker
Beth Brascugli De Lima, president and principal of HRM Consulting, Inc. is nationally certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources with a state-specific certification in California (SPHR-CA) by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has been appointed to sit on the Employee Health, Safety, and Security Special Expertise Panel. Ms. De Lima is a certified mediator through the UC Berkeley Extension program and has been appointed to the Amador County Superior Court Mediation Panel. Ms. De Lima is an expert in the HR aspects of employment regulation compliance, litigation, and vocational rehabilitation.
Ms. De Lima has extensive experience in developing and implementing HR programs and policies that relate to federal and state employment legislation, including:
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
ADA Accommodation Assessments / Analysis
Good Faith Interactive Meetings
ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA)
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)
California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
California ADA (FEHA)
Medical Leave Management
Workers’ Compensation Medical Leave Mgmt.
Essential Functions Job Descriptions
Human Resource Audits, On-boarding to Separation
Exempt / Non-exempt Classifications
With the unique advantage of being experienced in both vocational rehabilitation and human resource management, Ms. De Lima conducts vocational and HR assessments for use in job re-training, labor market assessments, employment litigation, personal injury or Divorce.
Ms. De Lima takes a holistic approach to HR matters, and has worked frequently on both the employee and employer side of sensitive personnel disputes. Her in-depth knowledge of employment law compliance makes her well suited to work as a liaison between HR professionals and attorneys in the event of threatened or existing litigation.
There’s already been some new and important changes.
How do they impact you, your employees and your Company?
* New California Regulations * New Federal Regulations * Don’t forget the Local Ordinances * Pre-Employment, Wage and Hour, Leaves, Protectors, Equity * And More
Meet the Speakers
Christopher Mead Cooper, White & Cooper LLP 415-765-6232 firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher J. Mead is a partner of Cooper, White & Cooper LLP, a 30-attorney general practice law firm founded in 1896, now with offices in San Francisco and Walnut Creek. Mr. Mead is chair of the firm’s Employment Practice Group, concentrating his practice in the areas of employment counseling and litigation, disability access, and general business litigation. Mr. Mead has litigated employment disputes in the United States and California courts, as well before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the California Labor Commissioner, Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, and Worker’s Compensation Appeals Board, and before appointed arbitrators and mediators. His employment law background includes defense and counseling regarding wage and hour claims on both individual and class bases; allegations of wrongful termination; claims of sexual harassment, and of race, color, sex, and age discrimination; prosecution and defense of trade secret, unfair competition, and employee mobility matters; disability, leave, and accommodation issues; and responses to claims of sexual orientation, gender expression and gender identity discrimination.
Mr. Mead frequently speaks to legal and professional groups on employment law topics such as new employment statutes and regulations, wage and hour law, current issues in sexual harassment, employee discipline and termination, protection of trade secrets, and accommodations and barrier removal under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Mr. Mead attended Vermont’s Middlebury College, and received his J.D. from Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. He was a judicial extern for the late Robert F. Peckham, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Mr. Mead joined Cooper, White & Cooper LLP in September 1984 and became a partner of the firm on January 1, 1991.
Christina M. Kotowski, Esq. Kotowski Law Firm 2601 Blanding Ave. #C386, Alameda, CA 94501 christy@ kotowskilaw.com, www.kotowskilaw.com 510-748-0930 office, 510-332-5349 mobile
Christina Kotowski has provided practical and effective legal advice and representation to California employers of all sizes for nearly twenty years on a wide variety of topics. She is a member of the State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section, a Board Member for the Contra Costa County Bar Association Employment Law Section, and a Board Member of the NCHRA Contra Costa Chapter.
Christina helps with:
Attorney demand letters
State and federal lawsuits
Labor Commissioner wage claims
EEOC/DFEH charges of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation
Employee handbooks and policies
Advice on hiring, discipline and termination
Leaves of absence and reasonable accommodations of disabilities