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January 29
Labor & Employment Seminar - San Francisco (2nd Session) SOLD OUT

Do you need to know about new employment and employee benefits laws for 2015? Do you need MCLE?

We are here to help! We’ll provide food, drink, and lots of information! Our attorneys are going to tell you everything you need to know about the latest employment laws, and cases impacting you and your employees in 2015, and new developments affecting employee benefits - including updated requirements under the Affordable Care Act.

January 29, 2015
- Hanson Bridgett LLP in San Francisco
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8:00 am - 8:50 am Breakfast & Networking
9:00 am – 3:00 pm Presentations to include:

  • California Expanded Employer Obligations (Paid Sick Leave Law and Wage and Hour Obligations)
  • Expanded Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Protections
  • State and Federal Workplace Developments and Employee Practices Liability Insurance
  • Health Care Reform Update

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Networking Reception

Pre-registration is required. MCLE and HRCI provided.
This event is SOLD OUT.
Cost: $45.00

Additional Information
Contact Michelle Klopp at

January 29, 2015

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Hanson Bridgett 
425 Market Street, 26th Floor 
San Francisco, California 94105

February 11
How To Attract, Retain, and Engage The Best Talent In Your Industry
Conscious Capitalism Bay Area Chapter: How To Attract, Retain, and Engage The Best Talent

The Win-Win-Win Approach To Building The Right Teams and Creating Fortune 100 Results...While Using Business As A Force For Good

The lifeblood of every successful business is people—those who are nurturing it, growing it, and helping it become more—especially in a crowded marketplace. So how can you find great employees, while using business as a force for good?

Join us for an exciting evening on February 11 and gain insights and lessons from Tony Bond of Great Place to Work, Phil Clark of Exygy, Anna McGrath of WonderWorks and Glen Tripp of Galileo Learning, moderated by Sundari Williams of The Leaders Studio.

Based on workplace experience, personal stories and even a few mistakes, this expert panel will offer unique perspectives and game changing strategies for:
  • Attracting, retaining, and engaging the best talent
  • Cultivating a high integrity, high profit culture that will discover and implement the new ideas your business needs
  • Giving employees a sense of ownership so they can help you create Fortune 100 results and use your business as a force for good
  • Creating and developing a conscious culture, which is the most fun, most profitable, and most sustainable way to do business
Event details
5:30pm Doors open for registration
6:00pm Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
7:30pm Networking (optional)


Tony Bond, Senior Consultant, Great Place To Work
Tony Bond serves as Senior Consultant at Great Place to Work® where he helps organizations achieve desired business performance while developing and sustaining strong workplace culture. Tony has served as a trusted organization development consultant on a variety of engagements, ranging from work with Fortune 100 firms to small and medium sized enterprises. He leverages his extensive corporate background leading complex business units in finance, marketing and sales along with strong business acumen to help enterprises design and implement strategies that buildon strengths and lead to sustainable results. In addition to his work on building high performing work cultures at Great Place To Work®, Tony has engaged in helping organizations embed sustainability as a core business strategy, balancing economic, social and environmental considerations He is the founder of nuspace Consulting, a Certified B Corporation and has served as an Associate at Sustainable Value Partners. Tony holds a Master of Science in Positive Organization Development from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Ohio.

Phil Clark, CCO, Exygy
As Chief Creative Officer for Exygy, Phil leads the design team’s work across all company projects, and also works on the strategy, vision, and operations of the company. Prior to joining Exygy, Phil ran his own award-winning design consulting firm, worked on the strategy team for Teach for America, and was a Coro Fellow in Civic Leadership and Public Affairs. He also taught 6th grade science in Brooklyn as a Teach for America corps member. A triathlon enthusiast, Philip lives in Oakland where he can swim, bike and run in the sunshine. He sometimes wishes he were in Cinque Terre in Italy, his favorite place to visit. Phil graduated cum laude from Vassar College with an AB in Media Studies and earned a Masters in the Science of Teaching from Pace University.

Anna McGrath, Founder and President, WonderWorks Consulting
Anna has been a pioneer in bringing transformational business practices to leaders and organizations for over two decades. Her mission is to support leaders and their organizations to love living and fulfilling their purpose, through conscious leadership practices and the Hocacracy® Operating System and Governance Structure. Anna is driven by authenticity, appreciation, and taking 100% responsibility.

Glen Tripp, Founder and COO, Galileo Learning
Glen founded Galileo Learning in 2001 to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. Since then, more than 200,000 California children have enroled in Galileo's programs, which include Camp Galileo, Galileo Summer Quest, and the camps at The Tech Museum of Innovation. Galileo, based in Oakland, California, is proud to be a B-Corporation and has been named one of the top 20 places to work in the San Francisco Bay Area for five years running. Galileo programs deploy innovative science, arts, technology, and engineering curriculum heavily influenced by the Design School at Stanford University and The Tech Museum of Innovation. 1,500 staff members will serve over 40,000 kids at 45 sites in summer 2015.

Sundari Williams, CEO, The Leaders Studio
Sundari brings passion and commitment to leadership development with over 18 years experience working with leaders, managers, employees, educators and entrepreneurs across diverse fields including financial services, high-tech, government, law and non-profit. She has developed and directed a variety of programs covering leadership development, strategic thinking, stakeholder engagement, executive alignment, strategic implementation, building effective leadership teams, mentoring, coaching, management, working across generations, working across cultures, and managing a diverse work force. Sundari has a B.A. in Economics from Bentley College, an M.A. in Organizational Sociology from Simmons College, and a Training and Human Resource Development Certificate from UCSC Extension. She has also completed a two-year coaching program at Coach University and is currently integrating neuroscience into her leadership work via her past studies with the Mind-Body Institute at Harvard University.
February 11, 2015

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Hanson Bridgett
425 Market Street, 26th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

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