Thursday, Feb. 9, noon - 1:30 p.m. Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center Auditorium 1010 Murray St. San Luis Obispo

Find out how to comply with new legislation that affects your business and your employees. Designed for small businesses, this program will break down some of the most complex issues facing employers such as minimum wage requirements, piece-rate compensation laws and what information you are legally allowed to ask a potential employee.


With more than 30 years of experience representing employers, Jonathan Fraser Light provides day-to-day legal advice and in-house employer training programs to companies of all sizes to reduce liability and protect against lawsuits.

Susan Waag, LightGabler, employment attorney
Susan S. Waag is a seasoned employment law attorney who works primarily with Central Coast businesses and nonprofits to prevent and resolve personnel issues. Her success is based on her ability to provide practical, timely and accurate advice to employers of all sizes and industries.

Pricing:

Members: $25
Future Members: $35
Price includes program and lunch

Seating is limited; registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Free parking is available in the rear lot or structure past the front lobby.

Access the Auditorium through the Outpatient Services entrance with the blue awning.

Throughout the year we work to educate our members on what’s happening in Sacramento through our State of the State event, updates to laws and regulations during our Employment Law Update, and introducing our members to local and regional electeds through Meet the Candidates forums and Legislative Lunches.

Thank you to our lead sponsors:

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

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Wallace Group

and our supporting sponsors:

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PG&E

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