Panel to discuss vital employment topics at Good Morning Oxnard breakfast
Learn how to keep your business out of trouble
Is your business ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant? Do my employees spend all day blogging? How many rest periods must an employee take when working overtime? These questions and many more will be addressed at the Good Morning Oxnard breakfast on July 14. The Chamber will host three highly experienced legal professionals to discuss often over looked, but very important employment topics. Topics to be addressed at the breakfast include ADA compliance, social media policies for the workplace, and meal and rest periods. Panelists include Nancy Kierstyn Schreiner, Karen L. Gabler, and Steven P. Lee. Make your reservation today and make sure your business is up to date on the latest legal policies and avoid future legal problems.
Over more than 25 years, Nancy Kierstyn Schreiner's career has encompassed many areas of the legal profession. For over 15 years, in the City of Thousand Oaks, City Attorney's Office, Nancy focused on representing public interests. As the Assistant City Attorney, she concentrated on land use, zoning, environmental law, redevelopment, special districts such as Mello-Roos, constitutional matters, telecommunications, public contracting, conflicts of interest, public meeting laws, disabled access, bankruptcy and risk management. Nancy continues to represent public entities and practice public and municipal law. She also holds pro bono seminars addressing Disabled Access Defense for Business and Property Owners and how to develop barrier removal plans.
Mark your calendars for July 14 and do not miss out on this great opportunity to have all your questions answered. The breakfast will be held at the Residence Inn with check-in at 7:15 am. Reservations are encouraged. To receive the early discount price of $25, please make your reservation by July 11. If you have questions or wish to make a reservation, please call 805-983-6118 or REGISTER HERE!