CALIFORNIA’S NEW PARENT LEAVE LAW FOR SMALL EMPLOYERS

An employer’s size often dictates the extent of its obligation to provide employees with leaves of absence for a variety of reasons. To make matters more complicated, the laws’ size thresholds are inconsistent. The California Family Rights Act (CFRA) and the federal...

WHEN IMMIGRATION OFFICERS COME KNOCKING

It just became more difficult for California employers to comply with federal immigration inspections. The California Legislature and the Governor enacted AB 450 in response to recent federal actions related to illegal immigration. Effective January 1, 2018, employers...

EMPLOYERS PREPARE FOR JANUARY 1 NOW

Several of the new employment laws taking effect on January 1, 2018, require employers to change policies, forms, and procedures. Below is a non-exhaustive summary of key updates to employment documents, notices and postings, policies and employee handbooks, internal...

NEW CALIFORNIA EMPLOYMENT LAWS FOR 2018 (PART 2)

This article is Part 2 of a two-part series providing an overview of new California employment laws. Several new laws taking effect in 2018 will affect how California employers do business.  This two-part article summarizes key changes that employers can expect and...
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