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California Employment Laws and
Your Company's Supervisory Practices


There's no room for error with your company's supervisory staff.

Because supervisors’ actions are generally deemed those of their employers—at least in the eyes of the law—a supervisor’s legal stumble can result in an employer’s class action. And yet, employers all too easily assume that by simply labeling someone a manager, they’re imbuing that individual with all the skills necessary to ensure employee engagement and guard against employment litigation.

  • Are you confident your supervisors understand California employment law?
  • Do your supervisors know how to effectively apply California employment law?
  • Do you routinely conduct supervisory skills training?
  • Do your managers know, for example, that non-supervisory employees have a right to share with each other concerns they have about how they're being treated by said managers?
  • Do your supervisors know what constitutes retaliation?
  • When employee relations issues arise, are you considering the role management might play in causing or complicating the issues?
Please join us to explore the full scope of HR's responsibilities to and for its company's supervisors.

Lunch will be provided courtesy of EverythingHR. 1 hour of SHRM or HRCI credit will be available.

We look forward to seeing you at our Roundtable event!


Event Details

Date & Time:
Thursday, October 11, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:30PM

Center Club Costa Mesa
650 Town Center Drive
Garden Level
Costa Mesa, CA 92626



Meet the Presenter:

Mark Nelson, JD, SHRM-SCP

Mark Nelson's twenty-year career in Human Resources is informed not just by his daily interactions with EHR members as a senior Helpline consultant, but also as a labor and employment law attorney and a college-level instructor. He brings this multidisciplinary perspective to every classroom facilitation, focusing not just on what the law requires but how HR professionals can transform compliance issues into best practices and merge them with an underlying philosophy on what the HR profession can and should be to an organization, questions every HR professional should be asking themselves on a perpetual basis. He has designed semester-long HR-specific courses down to one-hour webinars, and seminars of every length in between. He has delivered training one-on-one and to groups of hundreds of HR professionals and supervisors. Mark’s practical instruction draws from the thousands of questions he has fielded over the course of his years working with HR professionals and uses those real-life experiences to ground what can otherwise seem to be abstract legal principles.