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New California Employment Law May Impact Acquired Employees' Compensation In The M&A Context

Effective January 1, 2018, California Labor Code Section 432.3 was amended to, among other things, prohibit any employer – public or private – from "seek[ing]" salary and compensation history from applicants for employment....more

A New Governor Takes Office: What NJ Employers Can Expect

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

Governor Phil Murphy—officially in office just two days—has already begun to implement many of the "progressive" policy changes he promised on the campaign trail and transform New Jersey into the "California of the East."...more

Equal Pay and Gender Equality are No. 1 on N.J.’s New Governor’s Agenda

by Fisher Phillips on

Hours after being sworn in as New Jersey’s 56th governor on January 16th, Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order prohibiting public employers from inquiring about a job applicant’s current or prior salary. In doing...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

by Wilson Elser on

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

Florida Lawmakers Introduce 2 Pay Equity Bills

by Fisher Phillips on

The first day of the legislative session in Florida saw the introduction of two pay equity bills referred to as the “Senator Helen Gordon Davis Fair Pay Protection Act.” The bills, SB 594 and HB 393, would create additional...more

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

by Fisher Phillips on

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

NY State of Mind: New State and City Laws (Part 1) – NYC’s Salary History Ban

by Reed Smith on

This is the first in a series of blog posts concerning recent employment law developments in New York State and City: On October 31, 2017, NYC’s salary history ban took effect (Int. 1253-2016). With limited exception, this...more

Take Two: Pay Equity Plaintiffs Attempt To Resurrect Class Action Against Google

by Fisher Phillips on

A group of former Google employees just filed an amended complaint in California federal court in an attempt to breathe new life into their equal pay class action lawsuit, which had been dismissed in December for failing to...more

II-25 – Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions for Employers in 2018

by Cozen O'Connor on

From federal agency changes to anticipated developments in sexual harassment, paid leave, overtime, and marijuana use, this episode of Employment Law Now provides ten issues that employers should resolve to understand in the...more

Fifth Anniversary Edition: Coming Attractions For 2018, And Beyond!

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Looking back, we have covered a lot of CA employment law territory, recently touching on topics as various as sexual harassment, pay equity, scheduling ordinances, and the news breaking Legislative Update. Our blog continues...more

California Legislation And Regulation To Watch In 2018

Orrick’s Andrew Livingston recently spoke with Law360 about California legislation and regulation that will be top of mind in 2018. Andrew noted that California’s new salary history rule introduces a host of potential...more

California’s Salary History Ban Goes Into Effect But With A Twist

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Effective on January 1, 2018, California’s new salary history ban law will prohibit inquiries about an applicant’s salary history and will create an affirmative obligation to disclose a “pay scale” upon an...more

Questions California Job Interviewers Need To Avoid In 2018

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

The laws about what employers can ask job applicants continue to evolve. Here are four areas of inquiry that are not allowed:- 1.Questions about prior salary – With the passage of AB 168, effective January 1, 2018,...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

Salary Inquiry Ban In Effect for Albany County Employers

by Hodgson Russ LLP on

Effective December 17, 2017, employers and employment agencies in Albany County with four or more employees within the county are barred from: (1) screening job applicants “based on their wage, including benefits or other...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

Salary History Is History in Albany, New York

by Fisher Phillips on

The Albany County, New York legislature recently unanimously voted to amend the Albany County Human Rights Law to ban employers from asking about a job applicant’s salary history. The law took effect December 17, 2017. With...more

A Deeper Dive Into Oregon’s Landmark Pay Equity Law

by Fisher Phillips on

Six months ago, the Oregon legislature passed the most sweeping statewide equal pay law in the nation. It was a confusing move for some. After all, Oregon has had an equal pay law on the books since the early 1980s, while the...more

New Year, New Laws In New York

by Fisher Phillips on

The New Year will bring a number of new employment laws to the Empire State and Big Apple. All employers with operations in New York should take note of these new laws — as well as significant laws that went into effect in...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

Changes Coming To California Job Applications – Employers Be Ready

by Archer Norris PLC on

Employers, it’s time to pull out the drafting pen and make an important change to your job application forms. Almost all job applications ask for basic information, including the applicant’s education and job history. Under...more

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