Three bills signed by Governor Gavin Newsom last week once again modify employers’ obligations to California employees who are exposed to or contract COVID-19. The most important aspects of thisContinue Reading Employers’ COVID-19-Related Obligations Change Under New Legislation
Starting January 1, 2023, California employers will be required to include in job postings the pay range for the position and to disclose to current employees on their request the…Continue Reading California Imposes Greater Pay Transparency and Pay Data Requirements
Bills of importance to California employers were passed by the California Legislature in the final days of the 2022 session, which ended yesterday. Governor Gavin Newsom has until September 30…Continue Reading Sign or Veto? Bills Impacting Employers Await Governor Newsom’s Decision
Any one of three bills still advancing through the California Legislature’s 2022 session will have broad consequences for California employers if enacted. The Legislature has until August 31 to pass…Continue Reading Consequential Bills to Employers Advance Through California Legislature
In what will be one of the biggest wins for California employers this year, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that waivers of employees’ individual claims under California’s Private Attorneys…Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court: Arbitration Agreements Can Include Enforceable PAGA Waivers!
Please join us for a complimentary webinar on Thursday, June 16, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. PST (1:00 p.m. EST) for insight on emerging threats in California employment litigation. Fox employment…Continue Reading Webinar – “New Threats to California Employers”
The COVID-19 rules for California workplaces have changed once again, statewide. Now in effect, the newest version of Cal/OSHA’s COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards (“ETS”) make changes of importance to all…
Continue Reading Update Practices: New Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Regulations Are Now Effective
By a hard-hitting 6-3 majority last Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court barred the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from implementing or enforcing its new COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard…
Continue Reading Vaccinate or Test Mandates: The U.S. Supremes Blew Out OSHA’s Mandate, But Other Shoes May Drop for Employers in California
As of New Year’s Day, the minimum wage employers must pay California employees once again jumps up, with ramifications beyond simply paying at least the new minimum rate.
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs in some of the most populous cities and counties in California must now verify that customers are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before allowing them in. …
Continue Reading Employees Verifying Customers’ Vaccination Status! New Risks and Practical Suggestions