Seminars

2020 Updates on Employment Law Seminar will be held this year in early n November 2019, at the Mission Inn Hotel in Riverside, CA, the address is 3649 Mission Inn Avenue in the Parisian Ballroom.  This program also examines State and Federal legislation and case law on Wage and Hour Claims/Overtime, Exempt v. Non-Exempt Status, Sexual Harassment, Whistleblower Claims, Terminations, Discrimination, Leave of Absence, Workers’ Compensation issues, and much more.  To register for this seminar, please call our office.

 Seminars

The following Geoffrey H. Hopper & Associates seminars may be scheduled at your place of business for a fee of $700.00. Clients benefit by a reduced rate of $400.00 for the first seminar in the calendar year with subsequent seminars available for the standard rate of $700.00. Seminars must be conducted within a 60-mile radius of the City of Redlands. Each seminar comes with a written outline and is typically one and a half to two hours in length. Numerous seminars offered by Hopper & Associates include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation, including Sexual Harassment, Anti-Bullying, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Training and Prevention (with a certificate confirming compliance with state-mandated training requirements) (for those applicable staff members, may also include 20 minutes of human trafficking as a component of the two-hour training)
  2. One-hour Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation, including Sexual Harassment, Anti-Bullying, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Training and Prevention for non-managers and non-supervisors (required for all organizations with five or more employees) (with certificate confirming compliance with state-mandated training requirements) This seminar is provided for $100.00 if done at the same location and date of a Harassment, Discrimination, Retaliation, including Sexual Harassment, Anti-Bullying, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Training and Prevention for managers and supervisors.
  3. Employment Law 101 (Our second most popular seminar)
  4. Investigating a Complaints regarding Harassment, Discrimination, and/or Retaliation
  5. Interviewing and Screening Potential Employees
  6. Terminating Employees
  7. Drug Testing
  8. Working Together as a Team
  9. Right of Privacy in the Workplace
  10. Americans with Disabilities Act
  11. Employers' Rights Regarding Union Activities
  12. Proper Methods to Criticize and Discipline Employees
  13. Preparing/Understanding/Purpose/Review of Employee Handbooks
  14. Determining Exempt versus Non-Exempt Employees
  15. Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  16. Prevailing Wage Laws
  17. Arbitration and Employment
  18. Stopping Office Gossip
  19. Effective Employee Performance Evaluations
  20. Avoiding and Dealing with Workplace Violence
  21. Updates on Employment Law
  22. Understanding and Respecting Diversity in the Workplace
  23. None of Your Business; Privacy in the Workplace
  24. Secret and Non-secret Methods to Avoid Losing Your Home Because of Employment Litigation
  25. Dress Code Liabilities
  26. Healthcare Reform Act (i.e. Obama Care)
  27. Human Trafficking
  28. Bystander Training Pursuant to the California Government Code §12950.2 (currently discretionary for employers)
  29. Combination of two or more of the above seminars