About the California Employment Law Report

Why should you attend my firm’s webinar, “New Employment Laws Facing California Employers in 2023” taking place next Friday, October 21, 2022? Here are five reasons:

  1. A lot has taken place in 2022. It is worth one hour of your time to begin to learn about the major employment legal developments that California employers

My firm has officially announced its new service for helping update California employers about new legal developments and trends: Text Brief (subscribe here).  It is a way to share employment law updates with California employers, CEOs, human resource professionals, in-house counsel, any anyone else who needs to stay informed.  Here are five reasons

Happy New Year!  2021 has been another challenging year for California employers.  COVID-related laws still predominate many issues facing California employers, from mandatory vaccinations, testing issues, and the various Federal, state and local requirements.  California employers face these COVID-19 issues in addition to the normal heavy regulatory and ever changing framework facing them.

This Friday’s

Happy New Year!  No doubt 2020 has been a challenging year for California employers.  There were many new COVID-related laws to deal with from whether certain companies could continue to operate, testing issues for employees, and the various Federal, state and local paid sick leave requirements.

This Friday’s Five focuses on the enormous amount of

I’m moderating a panel discussion on best practices for how to hire and retain good employees at the Western Food Service and Hospitality Expo (WFHE).  The panelists are Joseph Pitruzelli owner of Wurstküche, Francis Drelling General Counsel at Specialty Restaurants Corporation, Naz Moin former director of Human Resources at PizzaRev, and Madelyn Alfano owner of