California Legal Services
California Legal Services
The California Legal Services at Employers Council provides members with access to a dedicated team of California licensed attorneys with extensive experience assisting employers with California employment law matters. Our team works hard to keep up with the constantly changing and complex California employment laws and regulations to ensure your organization has accurate and timely information to continue efficiently running its business.
Why choose Employers Council for your California employment law needs?
Our team of dedicated California attorneys are eager to assist your organization to ensure you remain compliant in California and are maintaining best practices. We understand the complex nature of California employment laws and regularly keep up with the never-ending changes to California law, so you don’t have to. We offer our services at far below market value to provide our members and clients the best value at a competitive price!
Our California Legal Services
Our members trust us with providing up-to-date legal advice and consultation as it relates to California employment law. We also offer a wide-array of services for our California-based members and are always working to come up with new ways we can assist your California-based organization!
- Provide day-to-day legal advice and consultation related to your California employees and/or California operations
- Review employee handbook for compliance under California law
- Create a California addendum to your employee handbook
- Representation in administrative proceedings and pre-litigation disputes
- Offer special projects including employment practices audits, policy/procedure design and creation, and assistance with special California legal obligations, such as pay data reporting and COVID-19 notice and protocol
- Provide legal update webinars and customized California compliance training
No, this service is an exclusive offer for Employers Council members.
Our California Legal Services are charged at $280/hour.
The hourly rate covers all questions and matters related to California employment law, including day-to-day legal advice, handbook and policy reviews, employment agreement reviews, representation, and much more!
Our California Legal Services team gives members the resources they need to keep up with the ever-changing California laws and regulations, which ensures you don’t miss any important information. You will also have access to a dedicated team of California licensed attorneys who can assist you with your employment law questions.
Our services cover employers who operate in any capacity in California, regardless of where they are headquartered.
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