Joint Training with US Department of Labor (DOL) & California Divsion of Labor Standards and Enforcement (DLSE)
Seize this rare opportunity to hear firsthand from DOL and DLSE officials
- what is required for compliance by both Federal and State labor laws,
- what they look for during a labor audit in the residential care industry and
- get your pressing questions answered.
November 17, 2015
9 AM – 4 PM
Rancho Cordova City Hall
2729 Prospect Park Drive
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
This event is FREE and open to all.
However seats are limited so please RSVP now.
9 AM – Registration
10 AM – DOL & DLSE Joint Training
12 PM – Lunch & Networking
1 PM – DOL & DLSE Joint Training
3 PM – Overview of 6Beds’ Wage and Hour Guide for Residential Care Facilities in California (The Guide)
The Guide provides a detailed and up-to-date summary of federal and California law to help residential care facilities keep track of and comply with complex wage-and-hour regulations. Residential care facilities have been under increased scrutiny in recent years, particularly in the area of wage and hour compliance. To complicate matters, federal and state laws and regulations continue to evolve at breakneck speed. The Guide provides:
- detailed guidelines that keep pace with these legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments, and
- includes answers to Frequently Asked Questions,
- as well as state-of-the-art sample forms and agreements to help residential care facilities remain in compliance with the ever-changing nature of wage and hour law.
The Guide is co-authored by Littler attorneys Alecia W. Winfield, Tammy D. McCutchen (former U.S. Wage & Hour Administrator), and Ashley J. Brick. A tutorial video also accompanies The Guide to help you better understand how to put The Guide to use.
The Guide is available for purchase to 6Beds members only for a one time investment of $950, which includes all future labor laws updates.
Not a member of 6Beds, yet? Join us now and be part of a trail-blazing organization — transforming today’s residential care industry to insure affordable, quality residential care for California’s elderly and adults with intellectual disabilities as well as to preserve the integrity and viability of our profession!