REQUIRED EMPLOYEE WAGE NOTICES

Beginning January 1, 2012, the California Labor Code requires most California employers to provide newly hired employees with a written notice that contains basic information about the employer and the employee’s wages. Called the Wage Theft Prevention Act of...

STATE EMPLOYMENT CREDIT CHECK LAW TAKES EFFECT

Introduction California employers may wish to obtain employees’ and applicants’ credit information as part of their hiring processes and for other employment-related reasons. Assembly Bill 22, which took effect on January 1, 2012, significantly restricts...
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