Still Time to Review the New California Laws for 2012

April 9, 2012 0

Is it just me, or does it seem 2012 is flying by faster than most years? I’m still catching up on my reading for last year, and it’s already tax time. At any rate, in case you missed it, HR California CalChamber recently published an overview of the new 2012 California laws affecting employers. The […]

Get Out The Vote Or Face The Consequences

October 28, 2010 2

Originally posted back in August, this post bears repeating since we have the upcoming elections this Tuesday:No doubt these are very political times and analysts are predicting a record voter turnout for the upcoming November elections. How will this affect your business? Well, the California Elections Code mandates you give employees up to 2 hours […]

Another Protected Leave for California Employees?

August 4, 2010 0

Many companies voluntarily offer some form of bereavement leave to employees, but that may become a legal requirement for California employers. Bill AB 2340 is making the rounds after being introduced earlier this year. The bill would require all California employers to give three days bereavement leave to any employee on the job 60 days […]

Learning About Legally Protected Absences

July 26, 2010 0

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be writing about some of the lesser known leaves available to California employees. Officially titled as Legally Protected Absences, there are quite a few to learn about. Here are some of them, for example: Domestic Violence/Sexual Victims leave Employee Literacy Assistance Jury/Witness Duty Leave Military Service Leave Military Spouse […]