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California is known for having strict employment laws, and companies of all sizes are subject to scrutiny of their policies. Google is the latest high-profile company to be hit with allegations, with several female employees filing a class-action lawsuit for systemic wage discrimination against women. In addition, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program (OFCCP) […] continue reading this post


image On October 12th, Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills – Assembly Bill 168 and Senate Bill 63 – into law. Both are sure to have restrictive and costly consequences for business owners in California, with SB 63 specifically targeting small business with less than 50 employees. What employers need to know about these new laws: […] continue reading this post


image As the California Legislature wraps up their latest session, three bills are sitting on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk that may be concerning to employers. These three “job killers,” as they are labeled by the California Chamber of Commerce, are all potential burdens, creating the possibility of increased litigation and harming California businesses’ ability to thrive […] continue reading this post


image Several employers have been in the news recently after letting go of employees that were seen at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Even though the men in question were off the clock – and some of them hundreds of miles from home – their employers did not want to be associated with […] continue reading this post


image Federal and state labor laws are continuously being changed, added, or updated and it’s important for employers to make sure they are on top of the latest workplace laws and regulations in order to avoid costly fines or even litigation. Here are three new laws you should know about: Domestic Violence Notice Requirement: The law […] continue reading this post