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CALIFORNIA LABOR LAWS 2016

NEW CALIFORNA PREGNANCY DISABILITY LEAVE POSTER REQUIREMENTS Take Effect On April 1, 2016   Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act’s (FEHA) Pregnancy Disability Leave Law (PDL),  California employers with at least five employees must provide unpaid leave to an employee who is disabled due to pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition.  FEHA […]

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Welcome to the firm – Pam Harder

PAM HARDER IS NOW FIRM’S LEGAL ASSISTANT   We welcome Pam Harder as a firm legal and administrative assistant. Pam joins us with a solid background in personnel management.  She is pursuing the ABA-approved paralegal studies program at Pasadena City College, with graduation and California paralegal certification slated for August, 2016. Pam assists our attorneys […]

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CALIFORNIA’S ITEMIZED PAY STUB REQUIREMENTS

Click here for our more recent article about Pay Stub Requirements (updated May 3, 2018). Ignoring the Needed Details Poses Trap for Unwary Employers California employers must of course comply with all laws applicable to payment of minimum wage and overtime. See, for example: Be Prepared for Statewide and Local Minimum Wage Increases and Working […]

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2016 Handbooks and Forms Now Available

Model Employee Handbook and Hire-to-Fire Forms for 2016 Available Now Law Offices of Timothy Bowles, P.C. is now offering 2016 editions of its model employee policy handbooks and hire-to-fire forms. We strongly suggest that all employers have a well-written, up-to-date employment handbook. A current, thorough employee policy manual (handbook) and complementary written internal procedures and […]

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Cal/OSHA Injury and Illness Posting Requirement

Employers Must Post Accident and Illness Summary From February 1 to April 30, 2016 To protect employees from workplace health and safety hazards, California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health, commonly known as Cal/OSHA, requires certain employers to maintain and post work-related injury and illness records. Unless otherwise exempt, California companies who had at least […]

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