New Written Notice Required To New Employees In 2012

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The California Legislature was very active this year, as it has regularly been in the past. While California Governor Brown vetoed many proposed new laws, several important employment-related legislative bills were signed into law. One of those new laws is Assembly Bill 469, which adds Section 2810.5 to the California Labor Code.

Effective January 1, 2012, Section 2810.5 requires employers to give a written notice to each new employee that provides clearly...

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