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Compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations and ordinances is a daunting task for any employer, let alone, a California-based employer. Of the close to 900 bills California Governor Brown signed into law in 2016, there are quite a few that significantly impact most California employers, in addition to several important regulations enacted under federal law, new city ordinances and upcoming California court decisions that will affect many California employers as well. In addition, as labor and employment legal actions continue to soar, we have broken down the process, claims and defenses into helpful, easy-to-understand articles. To learn about a specific category, select a category from the drop-down box to narrow the results, or use the search box at the top or bottom of the page to access relevant information from anywhere on the site.
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Defending Retaliation Claims From Poorly Performing Employee How can a supervisor defend against retaliation claims by an under-achieving employee who continues to perform poorly after complaints? Learn more here.
When Should an Employer Offer Severance Payments? Under what circumstances should an employer offer severance payments and is there a standard agreement that applies to all separations? Read on to learn more.
Employer Liability Arising from Terminations due to Absences Employer liability can arise for terminating California employees who have been absent with undisclosed medical issues. Read on to learn more.
Stop Ex-Employees from Stealing Your Company's Information What can an employer do to prevent a recently-separated employee from taking the employer’s clients, soliciting employees and/or using employer information?