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Five free resources of mine you are not using

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Employee Handbooks, Resources, Seminar, Wage & Hour Law, Wrongful Termination
I bet your lawyer has never uttered those words to you (unless, of course, I am your lawyer).  For today’s Friday’s Five, I wanted to remind readers about five free resources I offer.  That’s right – they are absolutely free.  Happy Friday. 1.  Download the termination checklist I’m a big proponent of checklists.  Even if… Continue Reading

Employment law mid-year update and mixer

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Exempt Employees, Meal and Rest Breaks, New Cases, Resources, Seminar, Wage & Hour Law, Wrongful Termination
Join me for a seminar for a mid-year update on California employment law issues.  Learn how to keep your company compliant with new developments in California.  Topics will include: Top five pitfalls facing California employers in 2016 How to prepare for the Department of Labor’s changes to the overtime rules going into effect on December… Continue Reading

Five YouTube channels every employer/entrepreneur should follow

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers
In this Friday’s Five I wanted to share some resources that have added a lot to my understanding of business, startups, and venture capital.  Two points upfront: The Internet (especially YouTube) has become a huge equalizer for startups and small businesses.  Ten years ago, the information that is shared on the channels listed below was… Continue Reading

What are the biggest threats facing restaurateurs in 2015 and beyond?

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, New Cases, Resources, Uncategorized
I was able to catch up with California Restaurant Association’s CEO, Jot Condie at the 2015 Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo.  We discuss the threats facing restaurateurs and the steps the CRA is taking to represent its members.  … Continue Reading

Interviewed for KTLA news story about employers’ use of social media in the workplace

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Employee Handbooks, Technology & Law, Wrongful Termination
I was interviewed for a news story that aired on KTLA here in Los Angeles about employer’s use of social media in evaluating applicants and employees. I’ve been writing and speaking about this topic for at least five years now, but given the pervasiveness of social media, the topic is only becoming more relevant with… Continue Reading

Reminder: Webinar On Social Media Under California Law Tomorrow

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, New Cases, Technology & Law
This will be one of our most attended webinars, and there is still time to sign up. The webinar will cover legal issues facing California employers under the new Labor Code section prohibiting employers from asking applicants and employees for social media passwords, privacy issues when conducting background checks, alternatives to social media policies, and… Continue Reading

Webinar – The Impact of Brinker: Understanding The Supreme Court’s Decision On Meal & Rest Breaks

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Meal and Rest Breaks, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
Be among the first in California to understand the complete impact the monumental decision in Brinker v. Superior Court will have on employers. The Court’s decision is expected on April 12, and Anthony Zaller and Daniel Turner will analyze and discuss the impact of the decision. The webinar will explain the decision and what it… Continue Reading

Webinar: New Laws Facing California Employers In 2012

Posted in About the California Employment Law Report, Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Exempt Employees, Expense Reimbursement, Meal and Rest Breaks, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
  Governor Brown signed a number of new employment laws that take effect in January 2012.  During this webinar, we will cover the new obligations facing employers under these recently enacted employment laws as well as the proper steps employers should take to comply with them.  The discussion will also cover the recent oral argument… Continue Reading
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