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Robert Nuddleman to Present Seminars at PFAC 20th Annual Education Conference

I’m excited to be able to work with the Professional Fiduciary Association of California next week at their 20th annual education conference San Francisco, CA.  PFAC is a wonderful organization that provides continuing education and promotes minimum standards in the administration of conservatorships, guardianships, trusts, estates and durable powers of attorney.  I’ve had the pleasure of working with several of their members and their clients to develop strategies for in-home care and assistance with elderly and disabled clients in conjunction with third-party care agencies.  I’m always impressed by their level of professionalism and commitment.

In the past, I’ve conducted seminars for PFAC regarding the difference between independent contractors and employees, how to employ caregivers correctly, and employment law updates.  This year, I will be co-presenting a 3-hour intensive seminar called: Hiring, Employing, Supervising, and Disciplining Workers.  I will also conduct a breakout session about Workplace Policies and Procedures for Caregivers where I can share some tips regarding caregiver rights and employer responsibilities.  This year’s conference will also include roundtable discussions for a more direct educational experience, where I will discuss how to handle workplace performance and discipline issues.

I’m really looking forward to this year’s conference.  If you are attending the conference, please look for me and say, “Hi.”

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Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman, former associate of The Law Office of Phillip J. Griego.
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