California Employment Law Report

California Employment Law Report

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

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New Laws Facing California Employers In 2013

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, Class Actions, Employee Handbooks, Exempt Employees, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
There are some significant changes regarding California employers’ duties in 2013. This list is an overview of the major changes that employers should consider and be aware of at the beginning of 2013.   Employers Cannot Ask Applicants Or Employees For Social Media Passwords – AB 1844 This law created Labor Code section 980, which… 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

Politicians Closer To CA Budget Deal – No Changes To Meal & Rest Break Laws

Posted in California Legislation Update, Class Actions, Meal and Rest Breaks, Wage & Hour Law
It appears that the California state politicians are close to finalizing a budget deal in Sacramento by this Friday. The Governor placed everything on the table during these negotiations, including attempting to bring some relief to businesses in regards to the meal and rest break laws and even revising California’s requirements that overtime is owed… Continue Reading
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