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New California Law Requires Employers to Give 72 Hours’ Notice to Employees of an Immigration Agency Audit

USA - July 16 2018 Immigration officials have been dramatically increasing inspections in California in 2018 at workplaces ranging in size from small convenience stores...

California Differs From Federal Law on How to Calculate Flat Sum Bonuses Into Overtime Regular Rate

USA - March 6 2018 The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that employers pay overtime based on an employee’s “regular rate” of pay. While the FLSA only...

Paul R. Lynd.

California Supreme Court Finds the Mandatory Mediation and Conciliation Process Under the Agricultural Labor Relations Act Not Facially Unconstitutional

USA - December 29 2017 In its latest pronouncement on the California Agricultural Labor Relations Act (“ALRA”), the Supreme Court of California unanimously reversed the...

Anet Castro Drapalski.

NLRB Reinstates Rule That Employers Do Not Have to Bargain Over a "Change" Consistent With Past Practice

USA - December 27 2017 The National Labor Relations Board has reinstated a previous long-standing rule, holding that union employers do not have to bargain over “changes” to...

Paul R. Lynd, Michael L. Stevens.

California Bans Inquiries Into Applicant’s Salary History, “Bans the Box” On Criminal History Inquiries

USA - October 30 2017 California Governor Jerry Brown signed two major pieces of legislation affecting the application and hiring process for nearly all employees. AB 168...

Paul R. Lynd.