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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

Summary of Select New Laws Impacting California Employers

The new year will bring many changes to California’s employment laws in various areas, including hiring practices (such as a statewide “ban the box” law); leaves and benefits (including expansion of parental leave to small...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

Employers, Take Notice: New Employment Laws May Affect Your Business

by Buchalter on

Year after year, the California Legislature and the Governor implement new employment laws that place additional requirements on employers throughout the state. The employment laws that become effective on January 1, 2018...more

Employment Law Reporter - December 2017: New Local Laws Will Impact Employers

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

Over the past few years an increasing number of cities and counties have become active in regulating the activities of employers. This year has been no different, and commencing in 2018, employers should prepare for a number...more

Ontario, Canada: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 Aims to Protect Low-Wage and Part-Time Workers

by Fisher Phillips on

Last month, Ontario passed the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 (the “Act”). The Act was passed in response to the Changing Workplaces Review’s conclusion that there is a “need for reform of employment standards and...more

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2018

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

2017 has been a busy year for the California legislature, with the result that a number of new and significant employment laws have been added to the books and will take effect on January 1, 2018. Employers should take note...more

New California Employment Laws – 2018

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

It’s time once again for the annual roundup of new California employment laws. Since we’ve discussed many of these laws when they were enacted, I’m including links to those earlier discussions....more

Employment Flash - November 2017

Recently Passed US Federal, State and Local and International Employment Laws - This November 2017 special edition of the Employment Flash summarizes certain noteworthy U.S. federal, state and local, as well as...more

Bill 148 is Now the Law in Ontario, Canada

by Littler on

Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, which significantly amends Ontario labour and employment law, has received Royal Assent and is now law....more

Ontario Passes Bill 148, Rolls Out Major Changes to Workplace Laws

On November 22, 2017, the Ontario government passed the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017 (Bill 148), rolling out major changes to the province’s employment and labour laws, including the Employment Standards Act, 2000...more

New Employment Laws Will Require Changes for Most Employers in 2018

by Farella Braun + Martel LLP on

The 2017 California legislative session resulted in several new laws that will affect employers’ day-to-day operations and policies in 2018. Some of these new laws, including bans on criminal history and salary history...more

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

by Perkins Coie on

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

Ready or Not, Here It Comes! 2018 Brings New Labor & Employment Laws, Primarily at the State Level

by Littler on

As we prepare to turn the calendar to 2018, employers look ahead to the next wave of labor and employment regulations. On January 1, 2018, and throughout the coming year, employers across the nation will confront a host of...more

California Employment Law Notes - November 2017

Newly Enacted California Statutes - Statewide "Ban-the-Box" Legislation - Known as "Ban-the-Box" legislation in reference to the box applicants are asked to check if they have any prior criminal convictions, the new...more

Federal Paid Leave Proposal Introduced In Congress - Workflex In The 21st Century Act Would Solve Local Law Patchwork Problem

by Fisher Phillips on

If a proposal introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday were to pass Congress and be signed into law by President Trump, the country’s employers would find themselves facing the first-ever federal paid leave...more

October 2017: The Top 11 Labor And Employment Law Stories

by Fisher Phillips on

It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an unprecedented number of changes each month in 2017. October was no...more

California’s New Parental Leave Law Adds to the Complexities of Administering Leaves of Absence for National Employers

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Q: I heard there is a new parental leave law in California. How does it compare to other states’ laws and will it affect my business if I have employees in California? ...more

WPI State of the States: Lawmakers Keep Their Focus on Equal Pay Measures

by Littler on

As the holiday season approaches, legislative activity at the state level is starting to slow down. The California General Assembly closed out its term, for example, giving employers a breather until January. Illinois’...more

Expansion of California Parental Leave Rights

Governor Jerry Brown has signed the New Parent Leave Act (“PLA”), extending baby-bonding leave with job protection rights and continuation of pre-existing health insurance to a broad segment of California employees. Employers...more

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

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

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

Reasonable Accommodation Quiz For Employers!

How much do you know about an employer’s reasonable accommodation obligations under the law(s)? Take this quiz and find out! Question 1: Which of the following federal employment laws require reasonable accommodation,...more

New Laws Affecting California Employers in 2018

The following is a summary of the most significant new laws that will affect California employers in the upcoming year. New Parent Leave Act - Employers with 50 or more employees are already familiar with the ob ligation...more

California’s Employment Law Class of 2017: The Summarized Laws and Recommendations for Compliance

by Reed Smith on

NEW LAW: Effective January 1, 2018, California employers cannot ask a job applicant about his or her prior salary or seek out an applicant’s salary history through a third party. Employers may consider prior salary...more

California Legislative Round-Up: Which Bills Survived the Governor’s Desk

In the days leading up the October 15 deadline, Governor Brown signed and vetoed a number of California labor and employment law bills that had recently passed by the September legislative deadline. Here is an overview on the...more

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