As an unprecedented operation begins to deploy millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines across the country, employers question whether they may lawfully require that employees be vaccinated. Today, the U.S.
Continue Reading May Employers Require Employees to be Vaccinated for COVID-19: The EEOC Weighs In

Please join our December 18 webinar “Understanding Cal/OSHA’s New Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulation.”  The regulation – the most sweeping pandemic-related requirements yet – is now in effect and being enforced. 
Continue Reading Important Webinar Invitation: “Understanding Cal/OSHA’s New Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulation”

[YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR WEBINAR – “Understanding Cal/OSHA’s New Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulation,” 11 a.m. Pacific Time, December 18, 2020.  Register here.] 

FAQs released yesterday by the State of
Continue Reading Newly-Released FAQs Aid Employers in Complying with Cal/OSHA Emergency COVID-19 Prevention Regulation

How employers will need to defend California employment lawsuits, Labor Commissioner actions and even arbitrations must evolve come the New Year due to changes in the law that become effective
Continue Reading Employers’ Litigation Strategies Must Evolve in the New Year as California Laws Change

[UPDATE: Guidance issued by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing on these new requirements may be found here.

California employers with 100 or more employees are now
Continue Reading Employers Beware! The New Pay Data Reports You File will be Used to Target Enforcement Actions

Employees who suffer physical or mental injury due to a crime will be entitled to job-protected leave and other protections from their employers under legislation signed this week by Governor
Continue Reading Employees who are Crime Victims Gain New Protections Under Bill Approved by Governor Newsom