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More Changes for California—Updated State Poster Required

California’s Transgender Rights in the Workplace notice and the combined Unemployment Insurance/Disability Insurance/Paid Family Leave notice have just been updated. What Employers and Employees Need to Know Transgender Rights in the Workplace The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) updated the notice to include new language related to bathroom privacy. Where possible, employers should provide an easily accessible unisex single-stall bathroom for use by any employee who wants

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Recent Change to California Poster—Previous Version Still OK

The California Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice has been updated, but the previous version of this labor law notice is still valid. The CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) has informed us that the updated notice, dated June 2018, does not need to be posted because the previous version, with a date of November 2017, is still in compliance. The updates to the notice include the new revision date

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The Wait Is Over—California Issues Update to Workplace Discrimination Notice

We’ve been anticipating the release of California’s updated Workplace Discrimination and Harassment notice, produced by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). This update is based on the passage of Senate Bill 396, which was approved by Governor Brown in October 2017 and is in effect as of January 1, 2018. We are excited to report that the DFEH released the notice late last week, and we’ve completed all

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New and Updated Labor Laws Coming Soon to California

Several changes to California’s poster will happen before January 1, 2018. Our research team is tracking the updates so that our clients will always be compliant with California’s labor laws. What’s Changing? Cal OSHA Outdated penalty amounts for safety & health standard violations are being removed. In addition, employers will need to make sure that their Injury and Illness Prevention Programs meet the requirements of the California Code of Regulations.

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How Paid Sick Leave May Affect Your City

If you’re just tuning in, this article will cover city and county paid sick leave laws. If you’re curious about statewide paid sick leave laws, check out our previous article on the topic. A recent trend towards creating paid sick leave laws has taken the country by storm. Cities and counties across the US are passing their own paid sick leave laws in an effort to create more change on

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Wait Is Over for 2016 California Workers’ Comp Poster!

California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has issued the long-awaited update to the ‘Notice to Employees – Injuries Caused by Work’ poster, which incorporates wide-ranging changes to the CA workers compensation system passed in September 2012. The final regulations for SB 863 were approved Aug. 22, 2015, and will be effective for all benefit notices as of Jan. 1, 2016, according to the state Department of Industrial Relations. We have been

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What You Don't Know About Paid Sick Leave

Paid sick leave laws are the labor law topic of the moment. Four states have already adopted new sick leave laws. Some cities and counties are even passing their own paid sick leave laws in an effort to create more change on the state level. There have been so many recent developments regarding the sick leave laws we’ve decided to create a review of the 2015 laws that have occurred

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Indiana Updates the Teen Work Hour Restrictions Poster

The state of Indiana has made numerous mandatory changes to the Teen Work Hour Restrictions poster, and it is now time to update your state labor law posters for Indiana locations. Changes to the Poster First, there have been changes to the maximum hours that a minor may work. For 16 and 17-year-olds, the poster now differentiates between “Your work permit allows you to work” and “With parental permission you

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California’s Paid Sick Leave Law Effective July 1

Heads up, California employers –  are you compliant with California’s Paid Sick Leave Law effective July 1? Don’t fret – you’re in good hands! We’ll walk you through the basics and make sure you have all the facts. Let’s have a quick history lesson: Back in September, we briefly blogged about Governor Jerry Brown signing the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 on September 10, 2014. This act, AKA Assembly

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Los Angeles Passes Minimum Wage Ordinance

Joining the tidal wave of California cities with recent minimum wage ordinances, like Emeryville and Mountain View (to name a few), Los Angeles recently voted to approve a minimum wage ordinance with a labor law poster requirement. The Details of the Law The new law, known as the Los Angeles Wage Enforcement Division Ordinance, has been a constant point of discussion for the city council for the last nine months.

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