Q&A with Employment Lawyer Jamie Rudman
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**Note: This conversation will be hosted digitally, not in the real live world.**
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Millions were laid off following the closure of business due to the pandemic. Seeking another job or filing for employment can be stressful and confusing at this time. But you have benefits. What are they? How can one know?
Join us for a cyber Q&A with employment lawyer Jamie Rudman.
More about Jamie:
Jamie Rudman is a Partner with Sanchez & Amador, a minority-owned, business law firm in California. Jamie has more than twenty-five years of experience providing employment and labor law advice to Fortune 500 and Inc. 1000 companies in a wide range of industries, including tech, finance, manufacturing, retail, and food service. Jamie serves as Vice Chair of the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), a non-profit trade organization that promotes diversity in the legal profession. She previously served as a Director of JVS of Los Angeles, which provides career training and placement services to over 30,000 people annually, and as Chair of the Alameda County Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Section.
About Manny's Super Civic Cyber Conversation:
San Francisco and the surrounding 5 counties are in the midst of mandated shelter-in-place. All businesses except those deemed essential are closed and many Bay Area residents and scared, nervous, and wondering about the future.
Manny's, a civic gathering and events space located in the heart of San Francisco, is rising to the occasion to create and promote a month's worth of live civic conversations to distribute needed information, give people the hope, and continue to civically engage the public in a time of need.
Manny's was opened on election night 2018 to create a physical place for people to go to become better informed and more involved citizens. Since opening we've hosted 17 of the Presidential candidates, over 550 civic events, talks, and gatherings, over 40 members of Congress including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and leaders across different social justice movements like Alicia Garza, Jose Antonio Vargas, Michael Brune, Cleve Jones, and Gabby Giffords.
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