• Dean Royer

Workplace laws class 9/6/2015

Free Class: Workplace Laws Concerning Pregnancy, Childbirth, Lactation, and


What are my rights to take time off from work during and after pregnancy?

Can I get paid while I’m off work?

What if my partner is pregnant or just gave birth—can I take time off from work?

What can I do after I return to work and I want to breastfeed my child?

Do I have any rights to make my work schedule work for me so I can take care of my child?

If you have any of these questions, this class is for you.

Dean Royer is an employment attorney with 10 years of experience advocating for employees. He will give a presentation about workplace laws concerning pregnancy, childbirth, lactation, and childcare. Dean will also answer your questions.

This class will provide general information and is not the right setting for legal advice about anyone’s particular situation. If you are interested in a consultation, please come to the class and you can schedule a time to meet with Dean.

Date: September 6, 2015   Time: 3:30 pm

Location: Community Well, 78 Ocean Avenue, San Francisco


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