The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was passed by the Senate and signed by President Trump on March 19, 2020. The Act provides for two paid leaves that employers across the United States must provide to employees in response to the coronavirus epidemic. The Act is effective in 15 days and applies to employers with
Five key employment issues facing California employers in 2017
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I’m starting 2017 off with videos taken from my recent webinar discussing local minimum wage issues, California’s new employment laws, Los Angeles’ ban the box ordinance, the new Form I-9 required in 2017, and potential impacts President-elect Trump may have on employment laws. Happy New Year!
California state and local minimum wage and paid sick…
Five possible employment law changes under President Trump
What a week – and here we are at Friday already. This Friday’s Five focuses on how President Trump could change the employment landscape on the federal and California levels.
1. Department of Labor’s overtime regulations effective December 1, 2016 are still on course to take effect, but could be changed in 2017.