Have you been re-using the same old agreement template that was drafted many years ago? Well, if you are in California, it is time for another refresh before year end (effective January 1, 2022).
Agreement to Settle a Claim or Lawsuit
The law currently prevents an employer from requiring victims…Continue Reading California Settlement and Separation Agreement Templates Will Need a Refresh for January 1, 2022
The Private Attorney General Act (PAGA) is crazy making for California employers.
In plain English…Continue Reading Is There Any Viable Defense to a Dreaded PAGA Claim?
Think back pre-Covid, the end of 2019, a law was set to take effect in…Continue Reading Mandatory Arbitration Again in Question in CA (AB 51 Resuscitated)
As I’ve written about in prior blog posts, female entrepreneurship is on the rise globally. …Continue Reading Fox Launches Legally EmpowHERed Podcast for Entrepreneurs
As more and more employers are considering mandatory vaccination policies (especially post FDA approval), let’s not forget the importance of engaging in the interactive process with those workers who have…Continue Reading Don’t Forget About the Nuances of the Interactive Process in Your Mandatory Vaccination Program
The LA City Council took a step closer to approving a widespread vaccine mandate. The Council voted unanimously to direct the city attorney to draft an ordinance requiring customers to…Continue Reading Los Angeles Moves Toward Indoor Vaccination Mandate for Customers
With the national vaccination rate at around 51% (fully-vaccinated) and the Delta variant wreaking havoc on our return to work plans, many clients are exploring mandatory vaccination policies. While a…Continue Reading The Latest on Mandatory Vaccination Policies
The California Supreme Court just made it even more difficult to do business in California. Overturning the ruling of two lower courts, on July 15, 2021, the Court held…Continue Reading California Supreme Court Rules that Meal and Rest Premiums Must be Paid at the “Regular Rate”
During the pandemic when workplaces were closed and employees had to work from home due to Covid-19 restrictions, employers were required to either provide the equipment needed to work from…Continue Reading When & How Much to Pay for Work-From-Home Expenses in a Post Pandemic World
California’s new COVID-19 prevention regulations adopted today allow employers greater freedom in some respects and impose new burdens in others. The regulations adopted by the Cal/OSHA Standards Board go into…Continue Reading Cal/OSHA Adopts New COVID-19 Workplace Regulations – The Ground Shifts Again
New Cal/OSHA COVID-19 prevention regulations — set to go into effect no later than June 15 — were withdrawn late Wednesday by the Cal/OSHA Standards Board. The move took employers…Continue Reading New Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Regulations are Withdrawn! Cal/OSHA Huddles Over More Revisions.
New mandatory COVID-19 prevention protocols are coming from Cal/OSHA, but not quite as soon as expected. The vote to adopt revised regulations governing COVID-19 protocols in California workplaces has been…Continue Reading Delayed, but Here Shortly: New COVID-19 Regulations from Cal/OSHA
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