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Santa Cruz County Employer Advisory Council

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General Agency Information
Name:Santa Cruz County Employer Advisory Council
Alternate Name(s):California Employer Advisory Council
CEAC
EDD
Employment Development Department
Santa Cruz County EAC
Address:P.O. Box 935
Capitola, CA  95010
Primary Phone:831-464-6270
Email Address:ernestina.clark-castillo@edd.ca.gov
Website:www.santacruz.ceac.org
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:Monday-Friday, 8-5
Description:EACs are established to provide a link between businesses and government to work together on employment issues. There are seminars with speakers who are experts on timely topics like workers' compensation laws, unemployment issues, etc. Membership includes access to the Management Hotline for assistance on a wide variety of human resource issues, Seminars at a reduced fee, Labor law updates, Sponsorship opportunity to attend annual CEAC conference and Enhanced networking opportunities

All EACs are part of the statewide California Employer Council. This organization keeps abreast of current legislation and sponsors an annual conference.

FEES: Membership fee $40.00 annually; fees for breakfast seminars.

Mission:The Santa Cruz County EAC is committed to assisting employers in conducting business more effectively and efficiently, providing information on employment-related issues and promoting stronger relationships between EDD and the business community.
Languages other than English:None
Accommodations for Disabled:Wheelchair Access
Public Transportation:Available Within Four Blocks
Eligibility:Call for Information
Fees:See Description Notes
Areas Served:Santa Cruz County
Physical Location:Capitola
 
Officials
 

Regla  Clark-Castillo
Coordinator
ernestina.clark-castillo@edd.ca.gov

Related Agencies
Parent Agency:Workforce Santa Cruz County Satellite Career Center at Capitola
 
Subject Headings
 Employment
Employment Issues
Government Agencies
Organizational Development
Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups
This record last modified April 3, 2013

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