A Dose of Employment Law

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Attention Employers: 5 New Employment Laws Going Into Effect on January 1, 2018

October 16, 2017 In the last few days, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law several bills that will significantly alter the employment law landscape in California and specifically impose many new requirements on employers. These new laws expand parental leave to small business employees, prohibit employers from inquiring into past salary history, restrict pre-job offer reliance on conviction history, limit cooperation in immigration enforcement actions, and strengthen anti-retaliation enforcement provisions. The employment laws highlighted below will go into effect on January 1, 2018. Small Businesses Must Provide Parental Leave (SB 63) SB 63, called the New Parent Leave Act, will require em

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