Almost every private sector business in the United States is subject to the mandates of OSHA and, in California, the requirements of Cal/OSHA.
With the addition of new legal restrictions being placed on HR and hiring managers in California, caution and strict compliance has become essential. Even seemingly innocent questions can land employers in legal hot water as the result of a complaint filed by a disgruntled interviewee.
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While employers may not be able to stop all harassment in the workplace, steps can and should be taken to minimize and actively discourage illegal behavior. In fact, it is required that employers do so.
The California Supreme Court recently issued a major decision establishing a new misclassification test based on the presumption that all workers are employees.
California’s Supreme Court ruling in the appeal of Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. The Superior Court of Los Angeles County issued on April 30, 2018, has made the determination test much more stringent. With this single decision, the court has essentially transformed millions of independent contractors into full-time employees.
Every business has an HR management component that understands legal compliance is critical. But do you know the most common legal mistakes made by HR?
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