Year after year, Jennifer Shaw has shown that she truly cares about our needs and understands our company culture. We are continually impressed with her ability to provide the highest caliber consultation and legal advice in all aspects of employment law. We have...

NEW RULES FOR REST BREAKS

The simple matter of providing workers with periodic rest breaks can be more tricky than it appears. California courts addressed two significant employee rest break issues in 2016:  (1) timing and (2) what is sufficient “rest” to be a legally compliant break....

REVISED EEO-1 INCLUDES PAY DATA

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or “EEOC,” requires covered employers to report employees’ race/ethnicity and gender using the Employer Information EEO-1 report.  Covered employers include most private sector employers with more than 100 employees, and...

NEW CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT LAWS FOR 2017 (PART 2)

This article is Part 2 of a two-part series providing an overview of new federal and California employment laws. Unless otherwise noted, these laws will take effect on January 1, 2017. Paid Sick Leave for In-Home Supportive Services Employees – SB 3 Effective July 1,...
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