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California Employer Domestic Violence Notice Requirement

Last November, Assembly Bill No. 2337 (“AB 2337”) was signed into law amending Section 230.1 of the California Labor Code by requiring employers to provide written notice to all employees, including new employees upon hire,...more

California Labor Commissioner Publishes Another Required Notice for New Hires

by Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP on

The California Labor Commissioner has published a written notice related to the rights of employees who are the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Employers must provide this written notice to all new...more

Reminder: Employers Must Provide Notice of Victim Rights to Employees

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

As a reminder, all California employers must provide the newly issued Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking notice to new employees upon hire and to current employees on request. The notice...more

California Employers Face New Notice Requirement for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Time Off

The California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) has published a new form that must be added to the growing list of documents that employers are required to provide to employees at the time of hire. The new...more

California Adds New Notice Requirement for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking Victims

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

Employers, another notice provision has taken effect in California. Beginning on July 1, 2017, employers with at least 25 employees must now provide written notice to new employees that explain the rights of victims of...more

Now in Effect: California Employers Must Provide New Hires with Written Notice of Victim Rights

As reported in our new laws for 2017 post, employers must give written notice to new employees (and to current employees upon request) explaining the rights of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. All...more

Alert: California New Hires Must Receive Notice of Workplace Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence

by Cooley LLP on

Existing California law prohibits employers from discharging or in any manner discriminating or retaliating against an employee who is a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking who takes time off work for...more

July 1, 2017, Notice Required Regarding Domestic Violence, Stalking and Sexual Assault

by BakerHostetler on

Effective July 1, 2017, California employers with 25 or more employees are required to provide to new employees upon hire and to current employees upon request notice regarding the rights of victims of domestic violence,...more

California Issues New Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking Notice

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

As required under AB 2337, California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (“DLSE”) has published a new written notice to employees, in English and Spanish, regarding their rights to take protected leave for domestic...more

Notice of Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence Now Required for New Hires in California

Last September, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 2337, which, effective July 1, 2017, requires California employers with 25 or more employees to provide written notice of workplace rights for victims of...more

One More Required Notice For CA New Hires

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

We previously blogged about the numerous documents CA employers need to give new employees upon hire. Well, add the “RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND STALKING” notice to the list. This notice has...more

Reminder: Notice of Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence Required for All California New Hires as of July 1, 2017

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

This is a reminder that as of July 1, 2017, California employers must provide all new hires and any current employee who so requests a written notice of rights of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and...more

New Notice Requirement For Domestic Violence Victims’ Rights To Go Into Effect (July 1, 2017)

As we previously blogged, Assembly Bill 2337 (approved by the Governor last fall) will go into effect on July 1, 2017As we previously blogged, Assembly Bill 2337 (approved by the Governor last fall) will go into effect on...more

Domestic Violence Leave Notices Now Available for Download

As we mentioned in our June 21, 2017, Client Alert (“Mid-Year Compliance Check-Up!”), effective July 1, 2017, employers must provide employees with a written notice, to be created by the California Labor Commissioner,...more

New York Institutions: Annual Certificates of Compliance With Education Law Articles 129-A and 129-B Due at NYSED by July 1

It’s that time of year again! Just a friendly reminder that New York colleges and universities must file their Article 129-A and Article 129-B of the Education Law Certification of Compliance with the New York State Education...more

Who’s Protected Where? State and Local Laws Expand Protections Against Discrimination

by Zelle LLP on

Prohibitions against discrimination in employment based on race, national origin, religion, sex, age, and disability are generally familiar to business owners, HR professionals, and in-house counsel. Because these...more

The California Edition of the Employment & Labor Newsletter

by Wilson Elser on

The following is a brief recap of the bills Governor Brown signed in 2016 that have added new laws to the books and modified existing laws affecting California employers. Employers should consult with counsel to ensure...more

On the Horizon: Laws Going Into Effect in Early 2017

by Payne & Fears on

The California Legislature continues to be very active in passing pro-employee legislation, creating additional compliance burdens and litigation risks for employers. The following summary contains the key new laws employers...more

New California Labor and Employment Laws for 2017

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Continuing a trend from recent years, the California Legislature passed, and Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law, numerous labor and employment bills in 2016. Each becomes effective on Jan. 1, 2017, unless otherwise...more

2017 Labor & Employment Law Update for California Employers

by Allen Matkins on

In 2016, California passed a slew of labor and employment laws affecting businesses across the state and their personnel policies and practices. Below is a brief summary of many of these laws, which generally take effect on...more

Another Year, Another Set of Laws: What California Employers Should Know

by Buchalter on

In keeping with California’s reputation of being an employee-friendly state, Governor Brown has enacted a number of laws, most of which go into effect on January 1, 2017 (unless specified otherwise below), that place...more

Employment Law Commentary - Volume 28, Issue 10

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

Annual California Legislative Roundup - Now that the dust has settled on the California 2016 legislative session, it is once again time to round up and review the new laws impacting California employers. Although there...more

California Employment Law Notes - October 2016

Newly Enacted California Statutes - Minimum Wage Increases - As of January 1, 2017, businesses with 26 or more employees must pay a minimum wage of $10.50 per hour; the rate increases to $15.00 per hour in 2022....more

California Legislative Update: Which Bills Made the Final Cut?

by Littler on

Although the California Legislature sent Governor Jerry Brown bills on bed bugs, powdered alcohol, and making denim the official state fabric, the laws enacted in 2016 affecting the state’s private-sector employers were...more

Employers Act Even Before Additional Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence Are Law

by Reed Smith on

California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed AB 2337, strengthening the job protections for victims of domestic violence, and ensuring those who work for employers with 25 or more employees are notified of protected time-off...more

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