“Enforcement through Education”
State Labor Law and Payroll Tax Seminar
This seminar is presented by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) in conjunction with the Employment Development Department (EDD).
You will receive information from DLSE and EDD on:
- Record keeping
- Reporting requirements
- Employer obligations
- Wage payment requirements
- Common wage and hour law application
- Employer and employee rights and responsibilities
- The basics of how to distinguish between an employee and independent contractor
There is no charge for this seminar. Reservations are highly recommended as the seminars are often full to capacity. Click here to view the schedule for 2013.
Register by telephoning 415-703-4810 or register online at EDD’s website at http://www.edd.ca.gov/Payroll_Tax_Seminars/Classroom_Seminars.aspx. Click on the link “State Labor Law and Payroll Tax.”
DLSE is an equal opportunity employer. Disability accommodation is available upon request. Any person with a disability requiring an accommodation, auxiliary aid or service, or a modification of policies or procedures to ensure effective communication and access to the programs of the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, should contact the Disability Accommodation Coordinator at the local District Office or the statewide Disability Accommodation Coordinator at 1-866-760-0144 (toll free). The statewide Coordinator can also be reached through the California Relay Service by dialing 711 or 1-800-735-2929 (TTY) or 1-800-855-3000 (TTY-Spanish). Accommodations can include modifications of policies or procedures or provision of auxiliary aids or services. Accommodations include, but are not limited to, an Assistive Listening System (ALS), a Computer-Aided Transcription System or Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART), a sign language interpreter, documents in Braille, large print or on computer disk, and audio cassette recording. Accommodation requests should be made as soon as possible. Requests for an ALS or CART should be made no later than five (5) days before the hearing.