Employers are often knowingly out of compliance, but slide-by thinking "We're never going to get caught." Restaurants, in particular, face complicated issues like tips and sub-minimum wage calculations, shift workers, bookkeeping in a cash economy, sexual harassmnet, and more. The AG's office is actively marketing to workers in Massachusetts to share their side of the story when it comes to violations by employers. When just one compliance violation could cost you thousands of dollars, distract you for months, and drag your restaurant name through the media gauntlet, why would you risk it?
Join us for a web-panel to learn about the top issues for restaurant owners from the perspectives of an attourney, a CPA, and a payroll & HR expert.
- Jeff Plakans, President, Commonwealth Payroll & HR
- Charla Stevens, Director, Litigation Department and Chair of the Employment Practice Group, McLane Middleton
- David R. Natan, Partner, CPA, MST, CVA, Newburg & Company
- Anita V. Maietta, Assistant Attorney General, Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General, Fair Labor Division