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They're Back: No-Match Letters from Social Security

USA - May 20 2019 For the first time in several years, the Social Security Administration has resumed sending out a large volume of so-called “no-match” letters, in...

Daniel F Pyne III, Ernest M. Malaspina, Richard M. Noack, Sean Bothamley.

New Law Expands Employers' Obligation to Provide Anti-Harassment Training

USA - May 9 2019 California law not only prohibits discrimination and harassment, but also requires employers with five or more employees to “take all reasonable steps...

Daniel F Pyne III, Ernest M. Malaspina, Sean Bothamley.

To Designate or Not To Designate FMLA (andor CFRA) Leave? - Employers are Provided Some More Guidance

USA - May 7 2019 The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) entitles eligible employees working for covered employers to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected...

Daniel F Pyne III, Ernest M. Malaspina, Richard M. Noack, Sean Bothamley.

Strict Requirements for Background Checks: Federal and State Mandated Disclosures Must Stand Alone in Separate Documents

USA - April 3 2019 California employers who use background checks in making personnel decisions about employees and job applicants must comply with a variety of strict...

Daniel F Pyne III, Karen Reinhold, Ernest M. Malaspina, Richard M. Noack, Sean Bothamley.

New Law Expands Employers' Obligation to Provide Anti-Harassment Training

USA - January 30 2019 In its continued effort to combat harassment in the workplace, the California Legislature has expanded employers’ obligation to provide...

Daniel F Pyne III, Karen Reinhold, Ernest M. Malaspina, Richard M. Noack, Sean Bothamley.