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It’s Not a Dream: Mid-Summer Employment Law Changes Effective in California Cities

USA - July 7 2017 On July 1, 2017, the minimum wage increased in nine California cities, and San Francisco’s Parental Leave Ordinance became applicable to more...

Tracy Thompson, Julie M. Capell, Julie Hall, Danielle R. Gerson, Aaron N. Colby, Betsy Carroll, Janet Grumer, Jeffrey S. Bosley, Judith Droz Keyes.

California DFEH Issues Updated Workplace Harassment Materials

USA - June 29 2017 Last year, we issued an advisory about new regulations under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) that required employers to update...

Tracy Thompson, Julie M. Capell, Julie Hall, Aaron N. Colby, Betsy Carroll, Janet Grumer, Jeffrey S. Bosley, Judith Droz Keyes.

California Employment Law Update: What’s New for 2016?

USA - December 21 2015 The California legislature continued its focus on expanding legal remedies for employees in California. Many of the new laws for 2016, such as the...

Nicholas A. Murray, Colin D. Wells, Judith Droz Keyes.

Flurry of California suits alleging breach of employee-seating regulations

USA - May 25 2011 Although receiving little attention, California regulations have long required employers in many industries to provide seats for employees when the nature of the work permits it....

Janet Grumer, Judith Droz Keyes.

Starbucks brews a winning cup

USA - June 17 2009 On June 2, 2009, a California appellate court upheld Starbucks’ mandatory tip-sharing policy, saying that Starbucks does not have to pay $100 million in additional wages to its baristas....

Janet Grumer.