Employment Roundtables

The Employment Roundtables were begun in 1983 in partnership with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). The Employment Roundtables are composed of volunteers from businesses, public and private employers,and from labor organizations.Their purpose is to create an awareness of the problems of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in employment. The goal of the Employment Roundtables is to reduce discrimination and promote equal opportunity.

The objectives of the Employment Round Tables are to:

  1. Enhance communications between the Department and employers.
  2. Provide forumsthat promote education, advocacy and understanding of anti-discrimination laws and practices.
  3. Initiate cooperative programs that preserve civil rights and expand equal opportunity in employment.

The Employment Round Tables provide:

  • Seminars and conferences on discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in employment.
  • Information on DFEH activities.
  • Counseling and other assistance to small employers.
  • Special projects in response to public educational needs.
  • Technical advice and input to DFEH on its procedures.


For more information or to participate intheir activities, contact:

Northern California Employment Round Table
Selena Wong, Regional Administrator
Department of Fair Employment and Housing

Central California Employment Round Table
Brenda Grant, District Administrator
Department of Fair Employment and Housing

Southern California Employment Round Table
Tina Walker, Regional Administrator
Department of Fair Employment and Housing

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ERTSC, Breakfast Seminar

Wednesday, March 16, 2016
7:30am to 12 pm (PDT).

Loyola Law School /
Loyola Marymount University
Fritz B. Burns Academic Center
Location: Student Lounge
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1211

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