2016 Membership Drive

Greetings,

Please join us for our 2016 membership drive!!!

The Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council
in partnership with

The California Employment Development Department
The Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council
.
Our Annual Membership Drive
Join Now!!

Seminar fees are $30 less for members.
As a member, your membership fee is covered by attending just two seminars.
Membership dues are paid annually and the year runs from January through December. Seminar meetings are local. One fee covers the entire company, not just the individual.


o Membership in the California Employer Advisory Council
o Management Hotline for your labor and employment law questions
o Access to a Labor Market Consultant (LMI)
o 20% Discount on compliance poster products
o Annual scholarships awarded to members to support continuing education
o Business marketing and networking opportunities
o Continuing education breakfast seminars for management and HR professionals
o Information on free EDD programs for companies
o Contact with a local EDD liaison for easy access for questions and resources
o Volunteer opportunities

For membership information, contact Terri Carter, Membership Chair, 925-849-8403 or terri.carter@bbsihq.com, or Lew Gossage, Coordinator, 925-602-0134, Lew.gossage@edd.ca.gov

Apply for Contra Costa County EAC Membership Here

For membership information, contacting link:

Pay Here

2016 Seminar Schedule*
January – Annual Labor & Employment Law Update
February –
March –
April – Sexual Harassment Prevention
May –
June – No seminar scheduled
July – Midyear Legislative Update
August – No seminar scheduled
September –
October –
November – No seminar scheduled
December – Membership Appreciation Event

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The above schedule is subject to change.
For additional information regarding seminars or membership, visit www.CCCEAC.com.

Contra Costa County EAC (CCCEAC), P.O. Box 23312, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Please visit CCCEAC.com for addtional ifnformation
This employer seminar is provided for educational and informational purposes only. It does not constitute an endorsement of the curriculum or speakers by the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) or by the Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council (CCCEAC). Aside from staff designated to represent the EDD, we assume no responsibility for the accuracy, legality, or content of the materials provided during this event.

The EDD, an equal opportunity employer/program, is a partner in this event. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Requests for services, aids, and/or alternate formats need to be made prior to the event by calling 925-602-0134 (voice). TTY users please call the California Relay Service at 711.

Difficult Employees: Can’t we all just get along?

Greetings,

Please join us on Tuesday, October 20, 2015, for our seminar entitled: Difficult Employees: Can’t we all just get along?

Certificates of attendance will be available upon request.

 

 

                                                                              

The Contra Costa County Employer Advisory Council

in partnership with

 The California Employment Development Department

Present

   Difficult Employees: Can’t we all just get along?

Jody Bagno-Dill

 Jazz Business Consulting

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For membership information, contacting link:

Pay Here

“Work would be so easy if it weren’t for the people I have to deal with.” If you have ever said or thought that, this breakfast is for you.  Our speaker, Jody Bagno-Dill will be helping you resolve the people-issues that hijack productivity, profitability and suck the joy out of the workplace environment.  You’ll learn the answers to:

 Can you inspire difficult people to change? And if so, where do you begin?

  • How, when and where should you have the hard conversations.
  • Are you protecting  your “good” people adequately?
  • What is tolerating unacceptable behavior costing you and your organization?
  • Is it time to end their employment status with your company?
  • How to build the environment and culture of the ideal workplace.

Speaker: Jody Bagno-Dill 

 Jody’s area of expertise comes from working as a strategist and executive coach to CEOs and directors in helping them create and implement strategies for growth. Several of Jody’s clients have won national awards and recognition in the last few years.  With a background in management, marketing and sales, Jody has had the privilege of serving clients such as John Muir Health, Crowne Plaza Hotels, Infineon Raceway, Heffernan Insurance, Payroll Systems and UC Davis.

Tuesday, October 20, 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

 

 

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