Families First Information
Many employers may be required to pay employees up to 80 hours of sick leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) that was recently signed by President Trump. This new law states that if an employee is subject to an “isolation” order, the employer must provide up to two-weeks (80 hours) of paid.. read more →
The California Supreme Court recently ruled that employers in California must pay their employees for even small amounts of time that an employee spends on tasks after the employee has clocked out. In Troester v. Starbucks, the Plaintiff claimed that he spent a few minutes after clocking out on tasks such as locking the store and.. read more →
The California Supreme Court recently issued a ruling that will make it even more difficult for companies to prove that an individual is an independent contractor. Since 1989, Courts have used a multi-factor test that focuses mostly on how much “control” the employer had over the way the worker performs. In the case Dynamex Operations.. read more →
New Laws for 2018!
The California legislature was busy once again, enacting several new laws that will impact California employers. Here is a list of some of the most critical laws: Salary Information Employers will be prohibited from seeking salary history information from applicants and/or past employers. Employers will be required upon reasonable request to provide the pay scale.. read more →
Beware of Retaliation Claims!
New Senate Bill 306 Allows Employee to Force Reinstatement On October 3, 2017 Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 306. This law will allow an employee or the labor commissioner to obtain a court order that the employee be reinstated while the employee’s retaliation claim is pending. When the law goes into effect.. read more →
- 20 Jan 2023New Employment Laws – 2023
- 21 Feb 2022Covid 19 UPDATE for 2022 and Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Extended
- 09 Feb 2022New Employment Laws – 2022
- 18 Dec 2020Cal-OSHA issues COVID-19 rules for all employers
- 18 May 2020COVID-19 Return to Work Guidelines