November 15, 2017 – CPE Programming
Title: Seattle Labor Standards: Essential Information for Compliance
Speaker: Kerem Levitas, Business Liaison, City of Seattle Office of Labor Standards
Short Description: This presentation will cover five Seattle ordinances regulating labor standards in the City: Minimum Wage, Wage Theft, Paid Sick and Safe Time, Fair Chance Employment, and Secure Scheduling. All businesses that have employees in Seattle are covered by Seattle’s labor standards regardless of the location of the employer. In addition, the training will highlight difference between Seattle’s Paid Sick and Safe Time ordinance and Washington State’s new paid sick leave law, which goes into effect on January 1, 2018. The presentation will provide Seattle employers and professionals serving Seattle employers with essential information to ensure compliance.
NASBA Field of Study: Business Law or Economics (1.0 CPE Unit)
Make Your Reservations Here. (Reservations are due no later than noon on Saturday, Nov. 11th)
6:00-6:30 pm – Social/Networking
6:30-7:15 pm – Dinner and Announcements
7:15-8:15 pm – Speaker
8:15 pm – Adjourn
Caesar Salad, Roasted Brined Pork Loin with Mashed Potatoes and Seasonal Veggies & Lemon Bars for Dessert
Rainier Golf and Country Club 11133 Des Moines Memorial Drive South Seattle, WA 98168 (206) 242-4460*
Cost: Regular & Affiliate Members: $28.00 Standing Reservations: $27.00 Guests: $30.00 Student Members: $10.00 Student Guests: $15.00 Coffee/Program Only: $10.00.
Reservations and payments can be made online through our Reservation Form (using our secure Formstack account). Deadline for reservations is noon on the Saturday prior to the dinner meeting in order to guarantee a meal. Reservations must be cancelled by noon the Monday before the meeting. No-shows and late cancellations will be billed. Walk-ins are welcome but with no meal availability guarantee.
*Please note that the Rainier Golf and Country Club has a “no jeans” rule. Parking is free. More information can be found by clicking here, including suggestions on traveling by bus