Santa Cruz SBDCAptos, CA

POSTPONED-Forming a Strong Team - Understanding HR Policy to Attract and Hire Top Talent

POSTPONED-Forming a Strong Team - Understanding HR Policy to Attract and Hire Top Talent

Thursday, April 30, 2020 3:00pm to 6:00pm

Human Resource Law is constantly changing.  Twenty nineteen saw many changes to the rules small businesses operate.  This class is for small business owners that will be hiring or currently have employees.  It will update you on recent regulation changes with an overview of California’s Labor Law.
HR specialist and instructor, Joy Hallof will take you through:

  • New 2020 Regulations
  • Determining whether you are ready for employees
  • Employer requirements on Sick Leave & Retirement, AB 5: Employees vs. Contractors and The Hiring Process

With Joy Hallof

Joy holds a B.A. degree from Chapman College and completed the Master's study in Human Resources/Organizational Development at the University of San Francisco which supports Joy's effectiveness and "passion" for the Organizational Development and Training side of the HR profession.  Joy is certified to teach the Development Dimensions International programs, has been a distributor for Inscape products and has taught HR and Supervision classes for Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and the Pajaro Valley Adult Education with more than thirty years experience in the Human Resources field.

(831) 477-3244
Cabrillo College
6500 Soquel Drive Room 1604

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