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Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (NAHCC) is a 501(c)6 non-profit Hispanic business organization focused in providing leadership and networking opportunities as well as promote the development and economic growth of Hispanic entrepreneurs.
The NAHCC represents the interests of over 200 businesses, individuals and organizations with interest in Nashville’s booming Hispanic market.
NAHCC's ongoing participation in the legislative agenda at the local, state and national level helps promote legislation and policies that positively affect the Hispanic business community.

PO Box 40541
Nashville, TN 37204

About the Wage & Hour Forum...
Your clients will have an opportunity to learn about the laws they must comply with to stay in business, and receive answers to their specific questions by officials of the:

•TN Human Rights Commission
Frank Guzman

•TN Department of Labor – Standards Division
Santiago Rodriguez

•U.S. Department of Labor – Wage and Hour Division Sipho Dumasane

Moderated by: Diana C. Holland with Hispanic Link

| Dear Members & Friends

The Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in partnership with The Tennessee Human Rights Commission cordially invites you to participate in our upcoming:

Wage & Hour Educational Forum

June 20th 2006
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Scarritt-Bennett Center
1008 - 19th Avenue South,
Nashville, TN 37212

Many business owners are unaware of what is required to comply with discrimination and wage and hour laws until they are cited for violating them, which can be an expensive lesson. This is an opportunity for business owners to find out how the laws apply to them and to get answers to questions like:

• How to avoid an employment discrimination complaint
• Examples of different kinds of employment discrimination issues such as I can’t hire a woman to do this job; paying men more than females for doing the same job; or telling a job applicant they are too old for the job and others
• How to respond to a complaint of discrimination
• When and how much you must pay your employees
• Examples of wage violations such as not paying an employee for overtime, or the special minimum wages for restaurant employees; when and what you must pay an employee when you terminate him/her
• How to respond to a wage violation complaint

Receive FREE posters that employers must have in their place of business to comply with the law

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.
Please call (615) 216-5737 or e- mail us at if you would like to highlight your business at this program.

I look forward to seeing you all at Scarritt Bennett Center on June 20th.


Yuri Cunza, President
Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

phone: 615-216-5737