2017 CCCEAC Membership Application

2017 will be an amazing year for CCCEAC Members and if you are not currently a CCCEAC Member, 2017 would be a great time to get on board!

Please complete the CCCEAC Membership Application!

 Membership Benefits include:

  • Access to our Management Hotline for answers to your labor and employment law questions
  • Discount on EAC seminars and training
  • 20% discount on compliance poster products
  • Scholarship awards program
  • Networking and marketing opportunities for your business products or services
  • Membership in California Employer Advisory Council (CEAC)www.ceac.org

For further information please contact the Membership Chair by email at membership@ccceac.com.

Is it OK to say “NO” to Audits, Inspections, and Investigations?

Greetings,

Please join us on Tuesday, September 15, 2015, for our seminar entitled: Is it OK to say “NO” to Audits, Inspections, and Investigations?

Certificates of attendance will be available upon request.

 

                                                                           The Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council

in partnership with

 The California Employment Development Department

Present

  Is it OK to say “NO” to Audits, Inspections, and Investigations?

Phyllis Cheng

DLA Piper

 
For membership information, contact
  You can pay for your annual membership dues at the following link:

 Is it OK to say “NO” to Audits, Inspections, and Investigations?

How to prepare and respond when auditors come knocking on your door.

Speaker: Phyllis Cheng

Before joining DLA Piper, Phyllis was the Director of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), the largest state civil rights agency

in the United States. Originally appointed to head the DFEH by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, then retained by Governor Jerry Brown, Phyllis is well respected by both sides of the political aisle and enjoys a reputation as a hard-working public official who improved the DFEH during a budget crisis by implementing innovative business concepts.
 At DLA Piper, she focuses her practice on  employment policy and legislative and business development issues that concern companies in California. During her nearly seven-year tenure at DFEH, the agency took in 140,000 complaints, prosecuted between 400-500 cases, including several class complaints, and garnered wins and settlements of about $100 million plus affirmative relief. Meanwhile, during a budget crisis, rather than laying off employees, she closed down five physical facilities to reduce rents, relocated staff and partnered with seven law schools and colleges on campus, staffed by a combination of public employees and civil rights fellows, thus growing the capacity of the agency while drastically reducing costs.
 Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Concord Hilton

1970 Diamond Blvd.

Concord, CA 94520

Check-in: 7:30 a.m.

Program: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Cost: $35 for members, $50 for nonmembers