In this ever-changing COVID-19 landscape, the prospect of employee vaccinations creates many questions and compliance concerns for employers. These concerns include whether, and to what extent, employers can and should require vaccinations for employees. While
Governor Gavin Newsom recently approved a significant supplemental paid sick leave law which became effective September 19, 2020. The law, codified as Labor Code Section 248.1, requires certain larger employers to provide up to 80
On January 1, 2020, the State of California increased the minimum wage to $13 per hour for employers with 26 or more employees and to $12 per hour for employers with 25 or fewer employees.
Employers: Every Move You Make, Every Step You Take (Could Be Retaliation): How to Police Your Employees During A Pandemic
In the immediate short term, as they deal with the difficulties imposed by COVID-19, employers are making employment decisions on a daily and weekly basis, not only adding to their stress levels, but also increasing
Employers are faced with unique challenges with the appearance of COVID-19. While many employers are transitioning their workforce to remote platforms, many essential businesses (such as grocery stores, laundromats, and hotels) are unable to function