A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues. ~Cicero
We have much to be grateful for this year:
- Generous, smart colleagues who contribute regularly to our blog—more than 50 posts so far in 2016!
- The recent honor of being recognized as one of the Top 100 Legal Blogs in the country.
- California legislators: the active group that keeps on giving us new and peculiar employment laws and amendments.
But our greatest gift—for which we are ever-thankful—is YOU, the loyal reader. Thank you for following our blogs, and for your thoughtful questions and contributions.
We’ve all noted the results of the November elections—both in California and nationally. Those results, together, seem likely to result in California employment law becoming even more “peculiar” than ever. While some will be more grateful than others for this trend, all should see it, we suggest, as validating our call to point out how California law differs from what folks face in America generally. Heck, there is even a Cal-exit secession initiative underway that, if it qualifies, will be on our ballot in 2018.
So the coming year should bring us no shortage of Cal-specific news to report, analyze, and deliver to you, on a more-or-less weekly basis.
Please continue to let us know how you think we’re doing. What would you like to read more of—or less of—in the coming year? How can we be more helpful to you? Our ears are open and we welcome your thoughts. You can contact an editor here.
Meanwhile, a very Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.