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November Monthly Luncheon 2014 - Year-End Legal Update

Senior HR Leadership Roundtable - November 2014

2014 Holiday Party

Newest Members


Presidents Pen


We Have Treats, but No Tricks!


October officially kicks off NCPA’s 2015 membership drive.  We recently held our membership drive social event at Stone Brewery in Escondido.  Not only was this event a sold-out success, we had a number of individuals and corporations join NCPA for the first time, as well as many renewal memberships.


With a plethora of federal and state bills and legislation coming down the pike, many HR professionals seek organizations such as NCPA to provide them with the tools needed to maneuver around these many laws.  One of NCPA’s main objectives is to provide the HR professional with not only the legal information needed, but also educational and networking opportunities for enhancing your career.


2015 offers some exciting opportunities for growth and change for NCPA.  In addition to our monthly speakers, we will continue to have educational workshops that concentrate on relevant topics, our senior roundtable that connects senior HR leaders, mentoring opportunities, scholarships, networking events, and many more opportunities in the HR field!  We will also be making some exciting changes that will only improve the advancement of NCPA and its members!


Don’t miss any of the excitement and action!  Be sure to renew your NCPA membership, or join NCPA now!  If you join now, your annual membership will be active through the end of 2015, and provide you with discounts and exclusive offers, good only to NCPA members.


NCPA looks forward to you joining our team in 2015!


Janet M. Mainenti, M.A., SPHR




September 2014

Provided by: Chris Olmsted

Legislative Update: California To Mandate Sick Pay

The California legislature passed a bill mandating employee sick pay during a late session on August 29th. With Governor Brown expressing strong support for the bill, California is likely to become the second state in the nation to mandate sick pay, following Connecticut’s 2012 law.Click here to read more...

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 October 2014

Provided by: Chris Olmsted

September marks the close of the California legislative session, and as usual, this year we saw a last minute flurry of bills passing.Click here to read more...