California’s state legislature is nearing the end of its term, and employers are beginning to glimpse some of the laws that could apply in 2018. There are multiple proposed bills that prohibits employers’ ability to rely upon or seek information about applicant’s previous wages to set the employee’s pay. This Friday’s Five reviews the current
Five new laws facing California employers in 2017
This Friday’s five summarizes five new laws that were just approved by the Governor last week, and California employers need to heed going into 2017:
1. AB 1843 – Juvenile Criminal History
The new law prohibits employers from asking or taking into consideration juvenile convictions.
The law states, “employers [are prohibited] from asking an applicant…