Speaking Engagement:

Employee Handbooks and Notice Requirements: Keeping Your Handbooks and Notices Compliant With Federal and State Law

Event Information


Tuesday, March 2, 2010


8:00 - 10:00 a.m.


University of Phoenix
2860 Gateway Oaks Drive
Sacramento, CA


Approved for 2.0 California recertification credit hours

Sponsored By:

Sacramento Area Human Resource Association (SAHRA)
HR Fundamentals Seminar Series

KMTG Presenters:

Bruce A. Scheidt

Also presenting are William A. Munoz and Kerri L. Ruzicka

Seminar Overview:

Maintaining a properly drafted employee handbook and providing proper notice to employees is key to reducing the likelihood of future litigation. Both state and federal laws require employers to provide notice of employee rights and responsibilities including wage and hour laws, leaves of absence and safety requirements. Compliance with Cal-OSHA is also paramount to preventing future litigation and or state fines for non-compliance. Come and hear a panel of experienced attorneys who will provide you with the fundamental practices to ensure full compliance with statutory and regulatory notice requirements and to maintain a proper employee handbook.

At this seminar, you will learn:

  • Which notices are required, what they must contain, and how they must be communicated to comply with the legal notice requirements;
  • Best practices for complying with Cal-OSHA notice requirements;
  • Essential components of an employee handbook; and
  • Best practices for auditing and revising an employee handbook.


For more information and to register, please visit SAHRA