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Hire With Less Risk: Limits On Employment Candidate Inquiries In California

USA - January 31 2019 California state and local legislation has made the employment application and interview process nearly as nerve-wracking for employers as it is for...

Vandana Kapur, Janet Grumer.


The High Cost of Failing to Reimburse Employees for Required Work-Related Cellphone Usage

USA - January 22 2019 ABM Industries, a janitorial service provider, recently agreed to a $5.4 million dollar proposed settlement in Marley Castro, et al. V. ABM...

Kyle Klein, Janet Grumer.


Changes to Minimum Wage Laws in 2019 Will Affect Nonexempt and White Collar Employees, as Well as Commissioned Inside Salespeople

USA - December 17 2018 As 2019 approaches, California employers should take note of the following changes to state and local minimum wage laws, which remain more generous...

Jaime Walter, Janet Grumer.


California Adopts Significant New Legislation in Wake of Women’s Movement

USA - October 3 2018 California has enacted a number of significant laws that promise to change the landscape around issues of workplace harassment, discrimination, and...

Tracy Thompson, Jaime Walter.


“Rounding” Employees’ Hours Worked Remains Risky in California

USA - July 23 2018 A recent California Court of Appeal decision addressed the question of whether an employer’s use of a payroll system that automatically rounds...

Michael Baldock, Tracy Thompson, Julie Hall, Janet Grumer.