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Workplaces Notices Must Be Current

California and the federal government require employers to distribute or post a legion of notices on workplace laws and complaint procedures.

Revised in 2022 is a downloadable California Labor Commissioner “victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking notice” with expanded description of improper conduct (including retaliation for reporting) and available services for victims.  Employers must provide this notice to new hires and to any worker requesting a copy.

Employers may also purchase this and other required notices in pamphlet format from the California Chamber of Commerce.  As these are subject to legislative or regulatory updates, please confirm the use of the most recent versions at all times.

We also provide a more comprehensive list of such state and federal forms, pamphlets and notices as part of our California hire-to-fire employment forms package.

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For more information, please contact Tim Bowles, Cindy Bamforth or Helena Kobrin.

Cindy Bamforth
February 10, 2022

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