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Doing Business In California - When Can an Out-of-State Employer’s Non-Compete Provision Stand?

USA - November 1 2018 Most companies doing business in California are aware of California’s long-standing public policy in favor of employee mobility over an employer’s…

California’s New Candor: Disclosing Rehiring Ineligibility for Employees Terminated for Harassment

USA - July 13 2018 Your company did the right thing: One of your employees reported a violation of your company’s sexual harassment policy, HR did an investigation and…

Gary M. Gansle

I’m an Employer - What Do I Need to Do under CCPA?

USA - October 10 2019 If CCPA applies to your organization and you employ California residents, you may be rejoicing after the recently passed amendments. On September 13…

Lauren Kitces, India K. Scarver, Lydia de la Torre

Employee stressed out by manager is not disabled and may be terminated

USA - May 29 2015 Stress can be a common workplace complaint, and such complaints are often attributed to managers—perhaps unsurprisingly given the managerial role of…

California Legislature Enacts New Employment Laws To Take Effect in 2022 (US)

USA - November 30 2021 The California Legislature increased the complexity of employment law in the Golden State by enacting several employment laws that will soon take…

Carmen Cole, Eric Witt