Each year the California legislature comes to a close and the governor signs new laws. These include a number of new labor laws and employers need to take note.
The 2017 California legislative session came to an end last month and California employers are once again presented with new employment labor laws. Governor Brown recently signed into law a variety of new legislation including many laws that will impact employers.
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The Final Rule for overtime pay issued by the DOL under the previous administration is still in a legal holding pattern. But the old rules still apply for now - for now.
Over a month into the new year, many employers in California are feeling the impact of new labor laws, especially increased minimum wages.
As California employers are aware, the minimum wage in California increased to $10.00 per hour last January 1, 2016. The minimum increased once again this last January 1 to $10.00. Currently, this labor law is for employers with 26 or more employees.
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The Department of Labor’s new salary test for exempt employees goes into effect on December 1st. It will raise the salary level to qualify for certain white collar overtime exemptions. But will it be blocked now?
It might be if the two lawsuits filed in September 20 don’t delay or outright stop the rules from taking effect.
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