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California Pay Data Reporting Advances: EEOC May Not Be Alone for Long

USA - July 2 2019 The recent focus on the EEOC’s new Component 2 to its EEO-1 Report has been undeniable. It requires employers report on the race, ethnicity, sex, job...

Christopher T. Patrick.

Will They or Won’t They: A Look at Some Significant Proposed California Legislation Relating to Leaves, Disability, and Other Protected Time Off

USA - June 3 2019 With May 31st 2019, marking the deadline for bills to be passed by their California house of origin, the following are some key pieces of employment...

Ariel Beverly.

Do I Have to Grant Leave for Employee Requests to Attend Their Children’s School Activities? Maybe in California

USA - January 28 2019 School children are back at school following winter break, and that may mean employee requests for time off for parent-teacher conferences, school...

Ariel Beverly.

California Expands Upon Lactation Accommodation Requirements

USA - November 2 2018 California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1976, expanding California employer obligations respective to employee lactation...

California Law Pushes Virtue of Diversity Requiring Females on Boards of Directors

USA - October 4 2018 California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed Senate Bill 826 into law which requires publicly-held corporations with principal executive offices in...

Alyssa M. Toft, Richard J. Cino.