Who We Are
The Employment Round Table of Southern California began in 1983 in cooperation with the California Civil Rights Department, and is comprised of volunteers from business, public and private employers, and labor organizations.
Our purpose is to create an awareness of the problems of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in employment, and to reduce discrimination and promote equal opportunity.
ERTSC Upcoming Events
Free Two Part Webinar Event
EQUAL PAY IN CALIFORNIA
NEW REQUIREMENTS AND PRACTICAL ADVICE
These two complimentary webinars will be held over two dates. On February 23, 2023 at Noon join Adam P. Romero (Deputy Director of Executive Programs, Civil Rights Department) who will provide a civil rights department update including discussion of reporting requirements. On March 23, 2023 at Noon join both Nora Ostrofe (Forensic Economist Vice President, J. S. Held) and Alice Wang (Shareholder, Pay Equity Practice Group, Littler Mendelson P. C.) to discuss audits, corrections and practical tips.
February 23, 2023 and March 23, 2023
12 Noon to 1.00pm
Visit our Event page here for more details about this free Webinar and to register.
The California Civil Rights Department is California’s civil rights agency charged with the enforcement of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act, Disabled Persons Act, and Ralph Civil Rights Act. Since 1983, the Department has partnered with the Employment Round Table of Southern California to eliminate employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation. The Department is committed to collaborating with the Round Table to sponsor forums that promote education and encourage best practices in the workplace.