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California Adds New Notice Requirement for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Victims

Employers, another notice provision has taken effect in California. Beginning on July 1, 2017, employers with at least 25 employees must now provide written notice to new employees that explain the rights of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. More specifically, the required notice mandates employers notify new employees of their rights under Labor Code Sections 230 and 230.1. These sections detail the following points: More ›

California Labor Commissioner Delivers a blow to the ride Sharing Independent Contractor Concept

The decision to classify workers as independent contractors versus employees can be a costly one, but nevertheless, continues to be a decision many employers make quickly and without regard for the potential risks. In California, the risks are significant, given the extensive Labor Code protections afforded to employees, and the resulting penalties. More ›

New Workplace laws for California Employers

If you have employees in California, you may wish to scroll through this list of legislation passed in 2011, all of which became effective January 1, 2012. The legislation includes new rules about using consumer credit reports as a part of background checks, E-verifyleaves of absence for organ donors, and various other employment and wage and hour provisions.   

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