Please join us for our March lunch meeting!
SHRM SWFL Legislative Director, Suzanne Boy, will provide a legal update on significant issues from 2018 and on the horizon for 2019, including significant employment law cases, pending federal and state legislation impacting employers, and agency activity from the DOL, EEOC, and NLRB.
Meet your presenter:
Suzanne is passionate about helping her clients proactively and cost-effectively resolve workplace issues. She frequently conducts workplace training sessions and wage/hour audits; she drafts handbooks and other workplace policies; and she guides clients on employee termination, leave, and disciplinary issues. When litigation cannot be avoided, Suzanne represents her clients in employment litigation and before employment agencies including the EEOC, FCHR, DOL, and NLRB.
Suzanne is very involved in the community, and currently serves on several local boards, including SHRM SWFL, Canterbury School Board of Trustees, Greater Fort Myers Chamber Board of Directors, and Greater Fort Myers Chamber Foundation Board of Directors. She has been recognized by Gulfshore Business Magazine’s Forty Under 40, the Business Observer’s 40 Under 40, Florida Trend’s Legal Elite, and Florida Super Lawyers. Suzanne frequently speaks to businesses and professional groups on various employment matters.
Suzanne is proud to be one of fewer than 200 attorneys in Florida who are Board Certified in Labor & Employment Law. She is a founding member of Boy Agnew Potanovic, PLLC, the only law firm in Southwest Florida with multiple Board Certified employment lawyers.
2019 Supply Drive - First Quarter
Cafe of Life
Founded in 1998, in its formative months the Café of Life offered coffee to its clients. From this humble beginning, the Café of Life has become a fixture in Bonita Springs, serving luncheon meals Monday thru Friday to individuals and families from all walks of life.
Our purpose today is to help in meeting the basic needs of the less fortunate people of Bonita Springs, Florida, providing nutritional and supplemental assistance while preserving the dignity of the client.
We serve from 80 to 120 clients each day. This varies depending on the weather, job availability, and when children are out of school. Thanksgiving we have served as many as 200 meals. In 2018, we served 18,200 meals.
· Bottled Water
· Diapers, wet wipes, baby formula, infant and toddler clothing
· Toilet paper, toothpaste, bath soap and shampoo
· Household cleaning supplies (paper towels, dish soap, laundry detergent, sponges)
· Canned goods and dry goods for pantry storage and distribution
Cost for Students: $15
Cost for Members: $21
Cost for Non-Members/Guests: $25
Walk-In/Pay at the Door: $25
Please RSVP by Monday, March 11, 2019.
No shows will be billed.