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The California Supreme Court on May 23, 2022, released its decision in Naranjo v. Spectrum Security Services, Inc., and, in doing so, placed additional obligations on California’s already burdened employers.
The California Supreme Court specifically held that California employers are required to include premium payments on an…Continue Reading California Supreme Court Decision in ‘Naranjo’ Creates New Obligations for Employers
California minimum wage is set to increase on January 1, 2023. And, if inflation increases…Continue Reading Inflation Hits Employers—Additional California Minimum Wage Increases
The COVID-19 rules for California workplaces have changed once again, statewide. Now in effect, the…Continue Reading Update Practices: New Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Regulations Are Now Effective
Several years ago, the payment structure for numerous salon and spa employees was turned on…Continue Reading The Ugly Side of Salon and Spa Compensation Revisited
In the past when my non-union clients asked about the NLRB or union activity issues I told them there are bigger issues to worry about. I have often said that…Continue Reading It’s Time To Think About Union Activity
I am not usually a policy wonk, and I often think in terms of concepts not cases. However, I must say that listening to the US Supreme Court’s oral argument…Continue Reading Fate of PAGA’s Inclusion In Class Action Waivers in SCOTUS’ Hands
A California court has struck down California’s board diversity statute, AB 979 as violating the Equal Protection Clause.
California became the first state to mandate diversity on boards of directors…Continue Reading Court Strikes California’s Board Diversity Rule
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect in 2020 and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is set to go into full effect in 2023.
But there have…Continue Reading Where do the California Consumer Privacy Act and California Privacy Rights Act stand?
Getting ready to return to the office in California and need a refresher on what makes California law “special”?
Have plans to open an office/location somewhere in California and want…Continue Reading Doing Business in California, a Totally Helpful (and Free) Resource for You!
As explained by Sahara Pynes back on February 9th, California has mandated a new bucket of Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL) for employees (of businesses with over 26 employees) to…Continue Reading California Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Now in Effect — See FAQs and Required Posting
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I wanted to share this excellent Alert on how to limit exposure for the all too common office romance. Learn what you can and cannot…Continue Reading How to Limit Liability for the Inevitable Office Romance
The California legislature passed a new bill, SB 114, that was signed by Governor Newsom Wednesday. The bill reenacts a supplemental paid sick leave (“SPSL”) requirement for companies with more…Continue Reading Here We Go Again: California Reenacts Supplemental Paid Sick Leave For COVID-19
Using the correct terminology isn’t just about being “woke.” It is about creating an inclusive workplace where everyone feels respected. And getting it wrong, or not paying close…Continue Reading Understanding the Correct LGBTQIA+ Terms Is Critical to Workplace DEI Efforts
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