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California Law Restricts Employer’s Consideration of Job Applicants’ Criminal History

Governor Jerry Brown has signed A.B. 1008 which amends the California Labor Code effective January 1, 2018, to prohibit employers from considering or inquiring about “an applicant’s conviction history,” “arrests not followed...more

California Law Mandates Parental Leave for Small Businesses With 20+ Employees

Governor Jerry Brown signed S.B. 63 last month, which makes CFRA applicable to businesses with 20+ employees. Under the bill, the California Government Code will be amended as of January 1, 2018 to permit eligible employees...more

Unions Continue Their Organizing Success in Silicon Valley

In addition to championing greater employee and workplace protections via ballot measures and city ordinances in Santa Clara County, California, several unions have set their eyes on the employees of the private companies...more

NLRB’s Union Poster Rule Struck Down By D.C. Circuit

On May 7, 2013, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated the rule adopted by the National Labor Relations Board (the Board) that required most private sector employers to display on their...more

I-502 – When the Smoke Clears, Nothing Changes in the Workplace

On November 6, 2012, Washington state voters passed Initiative 502 (I-502), making it legal under state law for people in Washington to consume marijuana for recreational use. The intent of I-502 is to make the production and...more

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