California Employment Law Report

California Employment Law Report

The latest litigation trends, court decisions, & issues on California Employment Law

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Friday’s Five: Holiday edition

Posted in Uncategorized
Quick video on the five things California employers need to pay attention to in 2017. (Sorry for the wind noise in the video.) I briefly discuss the following five issues: 1) Augustus v. ABM Security Services: A new California Supreme Court decision about whether rest breaks during which security guards were required to monitor a… Continue Reading

Friday’s Five: End of September employment law wrap-up

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Class Actions, Exempt Employees, New Cases
This Friday’s Five is a bit of everything: news, new California employment laws, and reminders about October 1 deadlines for the City of San Diego:  1. House moves to delay DOL overtime rule implementation. There is a great article by Lisa Jennings from Nation’s Restaurant News summarizing the House’s move to delay the overtime rule… Continue Reading

Friday’s Five: Five Employment Law Considerations For 2016

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Meal and Rest Breaks, New Cases, Resources, Wage & Hour Law
Today’s Friday’s Five is a short video about five employment law considerations employers should review at the end of 2015.  As mentioned in the video, I will be conducting a webinar on December 2, 2015 for employers to understand and comply with new employment laws taking effect in 2016.  I will also discuss new case… Continue Reading

Five employment related bills California employers must monitor

Posted in California Legislation Update, Class Actions, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
With summer upon us, the California legislature is busy working on bills that could impact employers.  Here are five employment bills being considered by the state legislature that California employers should keep an eye on: 1. SB 3 – Increase in minimum wage and indexing to inflation Currently, California minimum wage is set to increase… Continue Reading