Employment Law Reporter - June 2013: Summer Storm Employment Laws Being Considered By The California Legislature This Summer


The skies are clear, but there is a storm coming for California employers. The California Legislature has a full agenda of employment laws to consider over the summer months that will have a substantial impact on employers. Indeed, the laws listed below have already been approved by one branch of the legislature and must now be considered and passed by the other branch by no later than September 13,2013. Thereafter, the Governor will have until October 13, 2013 within which to sign or veto any legislation passed by the Legislature.

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