A Special Free Webinar for HEC Members Only: 2018 Legislative and Legal Update
On July 13, 2018, the Hawaii Employers Council will be presenting a free webinar to provide HEC members with an update on (1) what happened during the 2018 legislative session and (2) recent court decisions on labor and employment law matters that will have an impact on your workplace.
Some of the issues we will address during this webinar include pay secrecy and pay transparency, paid family leave, workers’ compensation reimbursement rates, arbitration agreements, FLSA exemptions, and personal liability for harassment and discrimination under Hawaii state law.
Please join us for this informative webinar.
About our Speakers
Clayton Kamida is the President and CEO of the Hawaii Employer’s Council (“HEC”). Prior to joining HEC in 2005, his legal practice focused on representing Hawaii employers in labor and employment matters. He has represented employers in state and federal court, in arbitrations, and in proceedings before the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal Department of Labor, National Labor Relations Board, Hawaii Labor and Industrial Relations Appeals Board, and other state and federal administrative agencies.
He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, and his law degree from the University of Illinois, magna cum laude.Clayton currently serves as a Board member of the Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Hawaii and is a member of the HIOSH Advisory Committee.
Ryan Sanada is the Director of Legal and Government Affairs for HEC, where he is responsible for assisting employers with labor and employment law compliance matters. As part of his job duties, Ryan monitors and tracks potential changes in laws that may affect the workplace and provides updates of such changes to HEC members. His duties also include counseling employers on labor and employment law issues and providing training for HR professionals, executives, and management.
Prior to joining HEC, he was in private practice for 10 years where he represented and counseled employers in labor and employment law matters. He also previously served as a legal consultant to the House Labor Committee at the Hawaii legislature. Ryan received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law and his B.A. from the University of Puget Sound.