New California Employment Laws for 2012 and 2013

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Gov. Jerry Brown has had his first opportunity (this time around) to weigh in on changes to California’s employment laws. Not surprisingly, he has signed into law several bills that expand the protection of employees — some of which previously had been vetoed by Gov. Schwarzenegger. Key areas affected include credit checks, notices to new hires about pay rates, paid health benefits during pregnancy leave, e-verification, and genetic information discrimination.

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