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Addressing Workplace Harassment in an Age of Heightened Awareness - Four Steps Employers Can Take Now

The hashtag #MeToo started a long-overdue, nationwide conversation about sexual harassment. It is a source of strength for those who have suffered silently, and revelations about new high-profile harassment cases are emerging...more

Parental Leave Rights Expanded Under New California Law - Businesses and Agencies with 20 or More Employees Impacted

Big changes are on the horizon for smaller-sized businesses and agencies in California. Senate Bill 63, also called the New Parent Leave Act, provides up to 12 weeks of job-protected bonding leave to employees of businesses...more

Best in Law: What to do to Comply with Transgender Laws - New California Laws Took Effect July 1

California is continuing to be a leader on emerging civil rights issues. Back in 2004, California enacted laws to protect transgender workers. Transgender issues have become a front-burner topic.   On the national scene,...more

Best in Law: California Employers Have New Rules to Follow — Effective Now

Each New Year typically brings a slew of new laws that affect employers – and 2017 is no exception. Many of these new laws took effect on Jan. 1, so employers must now be in compliance. If not, you must take immediate steps...more

Best in Law: Dealing with Traumatized Workers

All of us in Southern California’s Inland region were touched by the tragedy that unfolded on Dec. 2 in San Bernardino. The effects of the shooting are not limited to the 14 who were killed or the 22 who were injured...more

EEOC Releases Guidance on Pregnancy Discrimination Laws

Guidance Does Not Address State-specific Laws and Requirements - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released its new enforcement guidance on pregnancy discrimination issues. This is the first time in...more

Annual Labor & Employment Update 2013 [Video]

BB&K labor and employment law attorneys hosted a webinar focusing on new legislation and case law impacting California employers - private and public. Topics included: - New Legislation Public and Private Employers -...more

Annual Labor & Employment Law Update

In This Issue: - New Legislation Public and Private Employers - Wage and Hour Law - Disability, Discrimination and Medical Leaves - Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation - Religion in the...more

Private-Sector Employers: Updating Your Social Media Policies - BB&K's Joseph Ortiz Writes About the Ever-Evolving Regulations...

Most companies focus their social media policies almost entirely on listing the things the employer finds unacceptable to post and share: - Avoid defamation, obscenities or other inappropriate content. - Never...more

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