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[Podcast]: Laws Governing Background Checks for Employers

In this episode of The Proskauer Brief, senior counsel Harris Mufson and associate Michelle Gyves discuss the main laws governing background checks for employers. We will discuss how employers can utilize the federal Fair...more

California Employers: Know and Comply With New Laws Affecting Your Business in 2018

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

Following its pattern in recent years, in 2017 the California legislature enacted many new laws affecting California employers. The new laws address several topics, including: - Broader gender-related discrimination,...more

5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Happy New . . . List Of Additional Employment Laws You Must Navigate!

by Newmeyer & Dillion LLP on

Just in case you didn’t spend your holiday down time reading through all of those new California employment laws, here’s a quick overview of six laws that became effective on January 1, 2018, that may impact your...more

Legislation Affecting California’s Employment Regulations

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California Assembly Bill No. 168 – Salary Information - Labor Code section 1197.5 prohibits employers from paying any employees at wage rates less than the rates paid to employees of another sex, race or ethnicity for...more

Howard’s End of the Week Roundup. January 6, 2017

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This Week’s Labor, Employment Law and OSHA Legal Developments - • Administration is resubmitting Scott Mugno for OSHA leader and shooting for a January 11 Committee hearing. • The vital US Labor Department Solicitor...more

Are you compliant? A new year brings new laws impacting California employers

by Dentons on

In 2017, the California Legislature and Governor Jerry Brown were busy passing new laws that will impact employers across California this year. Although some took effect in 2017, most of the new laws impacting California...more

Ringing in 2018 with New Ban-The-Box Laws

by Littler on

Over the past few years, employers have come to expect new ban-the-box laws, and 2018 is no exception: one state law was amended and one new local law was enacted. ...more

Compliance News Flash

Arnall Golden Gregory LLP is pleased to provide you with the Compliance News Flash, brought to you each Friday. This weekly update is your source for timely background screening and immigration-related news that is important...more

WPI State of the States: A Busy December Signals a Wild 2018 for Employers

by Littler on

Despite the holiday break in most statehouses and city halls, legislators were quite productive in December. More than 40 employment-related bills were introduced or advanced last month, across nearly 20 states and...more

New Jersey Ban-The-Box Law Limits Inquiries Into Job Applicants’ Expunged Criminal Records

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

New Jersey has amended its “ban-the-box” law to prohibit inquiries into a job applicant’s expunged criminal record during the initial employment application process. The New Jersey Opportunity to Compete Act (commonly...more

New Jersey Upgrades Ban-the-Box Law to Cover Inquiries Into Expunged Criminal Records

On December 20, 2017, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law Senate Bill 3306, which expands the state’s ban-the-box law by explicitly prohibiting employers from inquiring into an applicant’s expunged criminal...more

Spokane Follows Seattle’s Lead, Passes “Ban-the-Box” Ordinance

The City of Spokane, Washington, recently enacted Ordinance No. C-35564, making Spokane the second municipality (joining Seattle) in Washington state to “ban the box.” This new law limits when employers can inquire into and...more

What Changes Are In Store For California Employers in 2018?

by McManis Faulkner on

As 2017 draws to a close, now is an opportune time for California employers to review the new employment laws scheduled to take effect in 2018 and ensure compliance. As with past years, the new crop of employment laws are...more

Employment Law Commentary, December 2017 - The California Legislature and the Trump Administration: Different Directions

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

It was another busy year in the California Legislature with regard to employment and labor issues. Of particular note for California employers are the new laws related to employee hiring practices with the prohibitions on...more

The EEOC Continues to Press Litigation Under Title VII Concerning Employer Criminal Records Checks

by Littler on

In April 2012, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued updated “Enforcement Guidance on the Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of...more

Top Ten Laws Affecting California Employers in 2018

by Nilan Johnson Lewis PA on

The California legislature and governor have had another busy year adding new laws and regulations for California employers. The changes hit virtually every aspect of the employment relationship – including applications,...more

New Year’s Resolution #3: New Year, New Hiring Practices – Resolve to Bid Auld Lang Syne to Outdated Job Applications

This past year, a growing number of states and municipalities banished the Ghost of Christmas Past from haunting job applicants. As a result, employers in those jurisdictions must resolve now to bid auld lang syne to asking...more

Take a Number: States and Cities Line Up to Ban Salary History Questions

by Vedder Price on

A common inquiry in interviews and applications may soon land employers in hot water. States and municipalities across the country are passing legislation barring employers from asking job applicants about their salary...more

Alert: California’s Statewide “Ban the Box” Law Goes Into Effect January 1

by Cooley LLP on

Effective January 1, 2018, California joins a number of other states and major cities in prohibiting private employers from making pre-offer inquiries regarding an applicant's criminal history (so-called "ban the box" laws)....more

"A to Z" of What California Employers Need to Know for 2018

by BakerHostetler on

With the New Year come new laws that affect California employers. The following is the “A to Z” of changes in the law that may affect your business in 2018. Effective January 1, 2018, California’s Fair Pay Act will extend...more

Labor & Employment Law Update - December 2017

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ADA Alert: Seventh Circuit Significantly Restricts Leave as a Reasonable Accommodation...but Cities, States and Other Circuits Take a Different View - Employers, at least those in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, have...more

Compliance News Flash

by Arnall Golden Gregory LLP on

Arnall Golden Gregory LLP is pleased to provide you with the Compliance News Flash, brought to you each Friday. This weekly update is your source for timely background screening and immigration-related news that is important...more

2018 Legislative Update for California Employers

by Conn Maciel Carey LLP on

California has had yet another banner year closing the 2017 legislative session with a spate of new employment laws imposing additional compliance obligations on employers. Bucking the anti-regulatory tide in Washington, DC,...more

New California Labor and Employment Laws for 2018

by Holland & Knight LLP on

• The California Legislature passed numerous labor and employment bills that Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law in 2017. • Many of the new laws relate to wages and hours, leaves and benefits, hiring practices, health and...more

New Year, New Laws: 2018 California Employment Roundup

by Vedder Price on

California employers will be ringing in the new year with additional and expanded legal obligations. Laws taking effect January 1 include: - California “Bans the Box” – Employers with five or more employees will be...more

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