California employers are now required to comply with certain federal OSHA record keeping and reporting rules beginning this year.
It seems that natural disasters and severe weather events are constantly in the news. But when they happen in your own backyard, the impact on your business and your employees can be costly.
Fortunately for the vast majority of businesses in America, relatively few are directly impacted by severe weather disasters or other life and property threatening natural events. But no business owner is exempt from the possibility, and every employer has obligations during such events.
Several labor laws were signed by Governor Jerry Brown at the end of the 2018 California legislative session. These will have a fiscal and policy impact on businesses and employers in California.
California businesses are required to train managers on how to identify “abusive conduct,” or workplace bullying. The challenge is in defining this behavior and addressing it when it occurs.