Seyfarth Synopsis: Although there’s no right or wrong time to do a handbook and policy update, we recommend doing them annually, as California law continually changes. Fall is a good touch point to make changes for the next year start, particularly since new laws typically become effective on January 1.

Though it’s late October, California temperatures just now are dropping
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By Ann Marie Zaletel and Casey McCoy

Leaves are turning, days are shortening — the classic signs that winter is on its way. With winter comes cold and flu season.  Much like flu shots often protect us from coming down with the flu, when done right employee handbooks can help protect employers legally.

Continuing on with Part II of this
Continue Reading Does Your California Handbook Need A “Checkup” This Flu Season?: Part Two

By Ann Marie Zaletel and Casey McCoy

Leaves are turning, days are shortening—the classic signs that winter is on its way.  With winter comes cold and flu season.  Much like flu shots often protect us from coming down with the flu, when done right employee handbooks can help protect employers legally.  

Here are some common symptoms that your California handbook
Continue Reading Does Your California Handbook Need A “Checkup” This Flu Season?: Part One