Tuesday, April 10 – Boone, NC – Attorney Sabrina Rockoff will speak on HR compliance training that covers employer requirements for the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. This event is hosted by WCI Inc. It is a free event for WCI members and registration is here.
WCI, Inc. is an employer association, serving hundreds of member companies throughout the 29 counties of Western North Carolina, as well as the Upstate of South Carolina and Southwest Virginia. This territory includes, but is not limited to, the cities of Asheville, Boone, Gastonia, Greenville, Hendersonville, Hickory, Morganton, Roanoke, Shelby, Spartanburg, Statesville, and more.
We’re here to help our members maximize the effectiveness of their employees, through leadership development, compliance training and counseling, health benefits, and by promoting a strategic culture for employee selection and retention. We could be your leading human resource partner! To more complete understanding of what WCI membership can mean for your organization click here.
Wednesday, April 11 – Asheville, NC – The next day Sabrina is speaking at the regional conference of RCI, Retail Confectioners International. She is one of several speakers who will present on interesting topics related to running a hospitality based business. Sabrina will talk on “Top 10 Employment Law Mistakes You Can Avoid.”
Retail Confectioners International (RCI) is a not-for-profit trade association founded in Chicago in 1917. Our membership is composed of chocolate and candy makers, confectioners and industry suppliers with a passion for excellent confections throughout the U.S., Canada and overseas.
RCI began as Associated Retail Confectioners of United States in 1917. Over the years, the members realized their purpose could benefit businesses outside of the U.S. and they became Retail Confectioners International.
The heart of the association has always been and still is representing the interests of confectionery manufacturing retailers and promoting public interest in their products. From the annual confectionery industry expo to education courses, we have always been committed to helping chocolate and candy makers connect with each other and grow their businesses. And that’s exactly what we will continue to do!