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California’s Expanded Immigration-Related Protections

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Harassment in the Workplace is Illegal Prevention is the only viable solution Current regulations tighten trainer qualifications and impose heightened interactivity requirements, including questions that assess learning, skill-building activities and numerous hypothetical scenarios about harassment with follow-up discussion questions. We are offering an updated in-house, two-plus hour seminar, at your location, that will fulfill these […]

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Final Paycheck

What California Employers Must Pay Upon Termination A worker recently asked whether his now-former employer should have included sick time and vacation time in his final paycheck. He wrote: “I’m no longer working for [the employer] and I thought I was going to get my paid time off with my last check such as … […]

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Employee Arbitration Agreements

Case Study Illustrates Drafting “Do’s” and “Don’ts” California law very strongly supports two potentially conflicting policies on the handling of employment disputes.  On the one hand, employees and employers alike have rights to have their civil claims heard by a jury in a formal court proceeding. On the other, this state recognizes the rights of […]

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Defining Employee Commissions

All California Agreements Must be in Writing by 2013 As we have reported, in a few short months (by January 1, 2013), California Labor Code section 2751 will require all businesses to ensure employee commission agreements are in writing.  See, “Employee Sales Commissions: California Requires Written Agreements by End of 2012.” While it is a […]

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Why Written Policy is Good Policy

Why Written Policy is Good Policy Reduce the Chances of Workplace Lawsuit Disaster by Proper Forms, Policy Handbook Scenario, Not so Uncommon:   You are the newly hired head of Human Resources.  One afternoon, employee Karen reports that manager Joshua verbally insulted her with a sexual remark and then physically blocked her exit from the lunch […]

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