Another year has flown by while the California Legislature has been hard at work passing a variety of employment laws, ranging from pay transparency requirements to bereavement leave.Read More
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Are You Paying Employees Equitably?
Recent headlines regarding Google’s pay practices highlight the need to diligently comply with the California Fair Pay Act and ensure employees are paid equitably.
San Francisco Paid Parental Leave: An Update and Potential Wave of the Future
San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave extends to small employers and could be the wave of the future.
2017 Legislative Update for California Employers
2017 California legislative changes impacting the workplace range from expansion of the Fair Pay Act to the legalization of marijuana
Talking Politics in the Workplace (or not)
It’s a Presidential Election Year: Considerations for managing political discussions in the workplace
From Salary Reviews to Paid Parental Leave: A Mid-Year Compliance Checklist
Mid-year compliance checklist: Review salaries for compliance with new FLSA overtime exemption requirements and prepare for San Francisco Paid Parental Leave
New California Requirements for Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Policies
California employers already have an affirmative duty to prevent and promptly correct discriminatory and harassing conduct in the workplace under California Government Code section 12940(k) of the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”). On April 1, 2016, amended FEHA regulations will take effect.
New California Employment Laws for 2016
2016 California employment laws expand requirements for gender wage disparity through Fair Pay Act. Protected activity for retaliation claims includes disability and religious accommodation requests. Retaliation prohibited against family member of complaining party. School activity time off expanded. Computer professional overtime exemption minimum compensation rates are increased. Compensation for piece rate clarified.
How to Comply with the Updated California Family Rights Act Regulations
Effective 7/1/15, the updated California Family Rights Act regulations clarify employee eligibility, medical certification, accrued paid time off usage, designation notices and job reinstatement obligations.
California Court Clarifies Employers’ Duty of Reasonable Accommodation
Evidence of employer setting employee with cancer up to fail with unfair performance plan no defense to failure to reasonably accommodate. Employer failed to explain why employee’s requested accommodation could not be provided, violating the interactive process obligation.
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