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Chancellor’s Circle Breakfast Briefing Scheduled for December 7

Posted: November 26, 2012 11:34 a.m.
Updated: November 26, 2012 11:34 a.m.
 

SANTA CLARITA — With an eye toward the fast approaching new year, local attorney Brian E. Koegle will present an up-to-date overview of the ever-changing laws that affect “Doing Business in California,” during the fall 2012 College of the Canyons Chancellor’s Circle Breakfast Briefing.

The presentation will include a look ahead at anticipated court rulings and legislation that will affect the employment landscape in 2013, along with new state and federal employment laws that could wind up costing employers hundreds of thousands of dollars.

During the event, Koegle will present tips and information for business owners interested in taking the necessary steps to help ensure compliance with these laws, in order to avoid costly fines and/or litigation fees.

Also included will be other useful insights about topics including:

An update on new wage/hour policies (Brinker implications, Wage Theft Protection Act notices, and commission agreement requirements)

Harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace

Social media pitfalls and perils

Hazards associated with employees working “off the clock”

Employee privacy issues

“Many small businesses owners don’t have the time to stay on top of all of the changes in the law,” said Koegle. “However, even one, small violation could be financially catastrophic for a smaller company, making it essential for business owners to ensure they are armed with the latest information and ‘best practices’ to avoid those mistakes.”

The fall 2012 Breakfast Briefing will take place at 7:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 7, in the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center, Room 258, on the college’s Valencia campus (University Center Drive entrance).

Breakfast will be served beginning at 7:30 a.m., followed by the morning’s main presentation at 8:15 a.m.

Registration for the Chancellor’s Circle Breakfast Briefing is free for Chancellor’s Circle members and $15 for non-members. Tickets are available through the COC Foundation.

All reservations must be received by Friday, Nov. 30. Space for this event is limited.

About the Presenter

Mr. Koegle is a partner in the employment and labor law department of Poole & Shaffery, LLP, focusing on labor and employment law.

He provides counsel to employers in a large number of industries with regard to hiring practices, employment contracts, wage and hour issues, compensation, and discipline and termination matters.

Koegle has represented employers in union grievance, arbitration and dispute resolution procedures and has defended a wide range of employment discrimination and fair employment practice cases.

In addition, he has assisted employers in the design, drafting, modification and implementation of personnel policies, procedures and employee handbooks and with performance of personnel policy audits.

He has written several published articles on labor and employment-related matters and is a frequent speaker on these issues.

About the Chancellor’s Circle

The Chancellor’s Circle is a partnership between College of the Canyons and a diverse group of businesses, community members, non-profit groups, government leaders and others who are committed to strengthening the community by actively supporting strong partnerships.

Through their membership fees, Chancellor’s Circle members help raise funds to assist deserving students in affording college, as well as for special programs that enhance educational access for students.

For more information about the College of the Canyons Chancellor’s Circle or to register to attend the Breakfast Briefing event on Dec. 7, please contact the COC Foundation at (661) 362-3737.

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