Back Office Support Solutions (BOSS) and The Law Offices of Lincoln, Gustafson & Cercos, LLP (LGC) are co-sponsoring and hosting a free and informative series of business/HR seminars to assist small businesses in understanding and complying with the latest business and employment laws and regulations in California. The first seminar in the series, “Real Talk” Small Business/Employer Seminar, will be held on October 22, 2015 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at LGC, located at 550 West “C” Street, Suite 1400, San Diego, CA 92101.
BOSS, an accounting and human resource company in San Diego, has joined forces with LGC, a premier law firm, to inform small business owners and employers about the effects of the latest business and employment laws in California. Due to frequent changes in the law, many small business owners remain unaware of the risks of non-compliance and potential legal liabilities they face as new state and federal business laws are implemented.
In order to help California business owners who are struggling to comply with regulations, the seminar will feature the most crucial employment law changes. In addition, the seminar will discuss the influence on human resources and regulatory compliance, as well as solutions for business owners to comply with California laws.
“We are excited to offer this seminar series to small business owners, providing them insight and guidance into managing their most valuable company asset…their employees,” said Michelle Devereux, owner of BOSS. “Human Resources is sometimes an overlooked or misunderstood area of support that is vital to the success of any company with one or more employees. With this series, we offer valuable exposure from experts in their field for free to create a welcoming learning environment for small business owners.”
This HR strategic seminar will help small business owners and employers to reach a better understanding of new laws while gaining answers to questions that directly impact their businesses. Attendees will also have the opportunity to network with other local small businesses. The seminar is free to attend; however, attendance is limited and attendees must pre-register for the event.
“I am very excited to have our firm participate in this series of free seminars to help small businesses cope with today’s legal environment,” said Jill Chilcoat, a partner at LGC. “We welcome the opportunity to give back to our community in this way.”
To join the opportunity to get real answers to employment laws impacting small businesses and employers, click here to register for this event.