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Governor Newsom Pumps Brakes On New Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

USA - September 5 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: California employers racing to ensure all their employees receive mandatory harassment training by the end of the year can now...

Kristina M. Launey, Coby M. Turner.

Click To Complain: Using Technology to Outsource Workplace Harassment Grievances

USA - March 23 2018 Harassment in the workplace is not a novel issue, but with the rise of national and global movements such as MeToo and Time’s Up it has been on the...

Rashal Baz, Katherine Mendez.

Need Cool Relief From Summer Heat? Try a Refreshing Handbook Update!

USA - July 12 2017 Although there’s no right or wrong time to do a handbook update, we recommend them annually. Might as well take the opportunity when operations are...

Update: Santa Monica Amends Minimum Wage Ordinance, Delays Sick Pay Implementation

USA - April 28 2016 Santa Monica has amended its Minimum Wage Ordinance to postpone implementation of its paid sick leave entitlements, now starting January 1, 2017 i...

No more “aliens”: outdated term shipped back to home planet

USA - August 19 2015 Did you know that California law currently allows employers in certain circumstances to give preferential treatment to candidates who aren't "aliens"...