Seyfarth Synopsis: Every year California enacts a host of new laws that mean even the most diligent employers need to give their handbooks and policies a review and make sure they are up to date with the latest developments. Seyfarth has a few tips for making sure your handbook in the New Year stays compliant all year long (or atContinue Reading New Year’s Resolution: Update Your Employee Handbook
Seyfarth Synopsis: Governor Gavin Newsom has approved AB 701, which will impose notice and other requirements on employers of employees subject to quotas in large California warehouse distribution centers, and has vetoed AB 616, an agricultural worker card check bill.
Acting on the first two major employment-related bills of interest to private employers, Governor Newsom on September 22, 2021 approved…
Continue Reading Warehouse Quota Bill Signed, Agricultural Worker Card Check Bill Vetoed
Seyfarth Synopsis: We’ve regularly reported on California’s peculiar paid sick leave laws. Not counting industry-specific paid sick laws (e.g., the Long Beach and Los Angeles ordinances regulating hotel employers), there are now six California city ordinances mandating paid sick leave. This week’s focus is on changes to the San Diego law, effective September 2, 2016.
The San Diego ordinance,…
Continue Reading San Diego Implementing Ordinance Ameliorates Its Paid Sick Leave Law