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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training For California Empoyers

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Oct 16, 2018 2:30:00 PM

Recently, the governor of California, Jerry Brown, signed a new bill into law, SB 1343. This law expands current sexual harassment prevention training requirements to cover non-supervisors as well as supervisors in the coming years.

 

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Topics: sexual harassment, harassment, labor law, employee lawsuits, california labor law

5 Common HR Management Mistakes

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on May 10, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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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Topics: HR compliance, labor law compliance, HR management practices, labor law, compliance mistakes

Be Clear On Family Leave Labor Laws

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Apr 19, 2018 2:39:59 PM

Family leave law in California can be challenging to stay abreast of. New laws and overlapping regulations require diligence on the part of HR managers to maintain compliance.  

On October 12, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 63, also known as the New Parent Leave Act, which became effective January 1, 2018.

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Topics: paid family leave, family leave, california labor law, labor law compliance, labor law

Be Clear On Labor Law And Drug Policies In California

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Apr 10, 2018 8:30:00 AM

November 2016 saw the legalizing of recreational use of marijuana in California. Then recreational marijuana sales became legal in California on January 1, 2018. But what does this mean for the workplace?

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Topics: drug testing, policies and procedures, privacy issues, labor law

Employer Labor Law Update: Overtime For Drivers

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Nov 23, 2017 9:01:00 AM

A recent federal court decision has held that employees who drive vehicles under 10,000 pounds even part time are eligible for overtime pay.

This decision overturns a lower court ruling and establishes that workers who drive both larger vehicles over 10,000 pounds and those under that weight are doing so "in part".

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Topics: fsla, exempt employees, motor carrier, overtime pay, labor law

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