A Dose of Employment Law

This blog*, A Dose of Employment Law, is a resource aimed at educating California employers and employees on unique and important employment laws as well as legal developments. 


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New Year, New Laws: California Employment Legislation Update

October 31, 2016 As the end of 2016 nears, employers must begin the task of understanding and planning for new employment laws that will impact them in 2017. The California Legislative session closed on September 30, 2016 and Governor Jerry Brown signed into law many employment-related bills. Below is a summary of several of the newly signed bills, few others signed earlier in the year and San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave Ordinance. Contact Shivani Sutaria Law Offices for any questions on these new employment laws. Pay Equity Race/Ethnicity Pay Equity: Governor Brown signed into law SB 1063, which expands last year’s gender pay equity law (Cal. Lab. Code § 1197.5) to prohibit employers

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