By July 1, 2024, California employers will be required to implement specific measures for workplace safety. This legislation compels most non-health care related businesses to review and develop certain workplace violence measures by mandating the creation, execution, ongoing maintenance, and employee training of a Workplace Violence Prevention Plan (WVPP). Below, we outline five issues California

As California employers already know, noncompliance with the numerous employment regulations can result in serious legal consequences, monetary penalties, and damage to an organization’s reputation. One of the most effective ways for employers to ensure compliance with employment laws is by using checklists. Checklists are useful tools that can help employers keep track of their