Local Job Agency in Oxnard, CA Highlights Yearly Business Legal Updates

January 24, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Oxnard, Calif. - Each year there are a multitude of Legislative and Legal updates in California. A local job agency in Oxnard, CA is providing a yearly seminar for business owners and leaders in California. The seminar details legal and legislative changes coming in 2020. This year the seminar was led by Lonnie D. Giamela, a local law business guru.

The 2020 legal seminar will cover a wide range of newly updated laws, including a complete review of the California Consumer Privacy Act. Other topics to look forward to are “no-rehire” clauses, identifying risk factors and guidance on new laws regarding meals and breaks during work hours.

Express Employment Professionals, one of the leading employment agencies in Oxnard, CA, is proud to have Lonnie Giamela as the guest speaker. Mr. Giamela prides himself on serving large and small businesses in the local area for all their law needs. He has presented over 250 seminars to executives, human resource professionals and other employment groups. He provides a large range of expertise in business law ranging from handbook preparation to leave management.

Express Employment Professionals is happy to welcome all business leaders.

The Express Oxnard office serves the Oxnard, Camarillo, Ventura, Port Hueneme, Santa Paula and Malibu areas. All job applicants and local businesses can stop by the office at 2371 E Vineyard Ave suite b, Oxnard, CA 93036, call (805) 973-1870 or visit online at www.expresspros.com/OxnardCA.

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For more information about Express Employment Professionals - Oxnard, CA, contact the company here:

Express Employment Professionals - Oxnard, CA
Neil McMillan
(805) 758-6733
Jobs.OxnardCA@ExpressPros.com
2371 E Vineyard Ave Suite B
Oxnard, CA 93036

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