I’m excited to present Employment Laws that Impact Your Practice and Your Clients at the East Bay chapter of the Professional Fiduciary Association of California on May 10th. The presentation will be at the San Leandro Library from noon to 1:15.
May 10th Presentation Regarding Employment Laws for Fiduciaries
We’ll talk about:
- Who is an employer and why should I care?
- Employee versus Independent Contractor
- Legislative and Court Definitions of Employer
- What if I get it wrong?
- Common Laws That Impact Fiduciaries and Their Clients
- Minimum Wage and Overtime Requirements
- Meal and Rest Breaks
- On-Call Time
- Caregivers, Personal Attendants, and Companions
- Overtime requirements
- 24-hour Care
- Direct versus indirect employment
- Employment Laws Updates for 2018
I always enjoy presenting to PFAC members. They are a wonderful group of professionals dedicated to helping others. I look forward to helping them build their practices and identify ways to help their clients. [Full disclosure, in addition to being a frequent presenter, I’m also an affiliate member of PFAC.]
I won’t be able to attend their annual conference in Southern California this year, but I hope to do a presentation at their Education Day in September.
You can register for the May 10th presentation here. The member price is only $10, and the non-member price is $20. I hope to see you there.
Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman of Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.
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