October 17, 2018
Webinar: Recap of New Legislation for Coming Year
Join us for the Eyres Law Recap of New Legislation for the Coming Year webinar on October 24th at 9:00 am on EIAtv.
The California legislature sent a last minute “flurry” of bills to the Governor. He had until midnight on September 30th to address 1,217 pieces of legislation, including items that affect public sector workplaces, K12 school districts and offices of education in the following areas: workers’ comp, California Public Records Act, new and amended employment laws, and amendments to the Education Code. The recap will focus on what was signed, as well as key bills the Governor vetoed with strong veto messages (and signals for the next Governor). Join us for this complete, up-to-the-minute review and analysis of all the new statutory amendments and the anticipated impacts, or watch on demand shortly after.
A Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness
A portion of this video was shown at the recent EIA Board meeting and it received great reviews. Check out this video for great information on how to address the homelessness issue, particularly at libraries, but it can be applied globally.
USC National Safe Schools Digital Summit
Reducing school violence is a national imperative. To advance productive efforts, on October 24, the University of Southern California (USC) is presenting the National Safe Schools Digital Summit. This event is being offered exclusively online and is free to view. No advance registration is required.
Last De-Escalation Regional Training of 2018
Register for our upcoming regional training! This interactive session for all levels of public agency employees will give participants an awareness of various techniques which work to de-escalate situations that arise in the workplace. The training is available to EIA members and their employees at no additional cost. Join us November 14th in Chula Vista. We looking forward to seeing you there! Contact Risk Control for additional information.
EIA is Hiring: Supervising Senior Workers' Compensation Specialist
The EIA is looking for a Supervising Senior Workers' Compensation Specialist who can enhance the quality of claims services to our member entities. For more information, please contact Human Resources Manager Allison Bateman.