New Laws For 2013
In late 2012, Governor Jerry Brown signed several bills into law that have implications on the grocery industry. CGA understands the challenges members face when impacted by new legislation and strives to provide educational resources to address these challenges. During this important webinar, hosted by the CGA Educational Foundation, companies will learn more about new laws that will most significantly impact grocery companies in California.
Presenter: Louie Brown, Kahn, Soares and Conway, LLP
December 12, 2012
Affordable (Health) Care Act Webinar
Many new regulations and guidance documents on health care reform have been issued in 2011. Presentation will address new rules for employers and the group health plans they sponsor for their employees. In addition, they will look ahead to 2013 & beyond, including how the “pay or play” mandates will affect both employers & employees.
Presenter: Howard Bye-Torre, Attorney & Anthony DeCristoforo, Attorney | STOEL RIVES LLP
October 24, 2012
2011 Legislative Overview Webinar
In late 2011, Governor Jerry Brown signed four bills into law that have implications on the grocery industry. During this important webinar, hosted by the CGA Educational Foundation, retailers will learn more about these new laws and their impact. They include AB 22 (pre-employment credit reports); AB 183 (alcohol sales restrictions at customer-operated checkout stand), AB 688 (expired infant formula, baby food and OTC pharmaceuticals), SB 514 (prohibiting sale of products containing Dextromethorphan).
November 16, 2011
San Jose Bag Ordinance Compliance Webinar
The City of San Jose Bag Ordinance goes into effect January 1, 2012. To prepare retailers to be in compliance, San Jose city staff provides information regarding conforming to the new ordinance.
July 13, 2011
California Transparency in Supply Chain Act Compliance Webinar
Beginning January 1, 2012, California businesses with at least $100 million in gross worldwide revenues will be required to comply with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010. If you are subject to the Act, you will need to post specified information prominently on your company website (or make it available upon request should you not operate a website) regarding specific issues relating to human trafficking and slavery within your supply chain. Attorneys from the law firm of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP outline requirements of the law.
July 8, 2011
2010 CGAEF Emergency Operations Plan and Standard Operating Procedures Manual
The CGA Educational Foundation 2010 Emergency Operations Plan and Standard Operating Procedures Manual is a 200-page comprehensive emergency preparedness guide that prepares grocers for a disaster event. Focus areas include concept of operations, continuity of operations, direction, control and coordination, recovery, prevention and mitigation, and administration, finance and logistics.
Additionally, more than 25 natural and man-made disasters are addressed through tactical, step-by-step instructions for a quick and efficient recovery. This webinar explains how best to use the manual.
CGA member company employees can download a free copy of the manual by visiting the EOP manual page and following the directions.
Non-CGA member company employees can purchase a copy of the manual for $500 plus tax. Download a request form and follow directions.
November 21, 2010