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A Growing Trend: Employee Non-Solicitation Provisions Are Under Attack In California And Elsewhere
California courts are known for the skepticism with which they approach post-employment restrictive covenants.
United States
21 May 2019
Final Rule Implementing The Fair Pay And Safe Workplaces Executive Order Released
An agency labor compliance advisor then analyzes the violations and advises the agency's contracting officer whether the contractor is responsible.
United States
2 Sep 2016
When Is A Commissioned Salesperson Exempt From Overtime In California?
California Supreme Court Holds that Commissions Cannot Be Allocated to Pay Periods in Which They Are Earned
United States
15 Aug 2014
2012 California Labor And Employment Legislative Update
California Governor Edmund G. Brown has recently signed into law a variety of important new employment and labor-related statutes.
United States
10 Oct 2012
California Wage Theft Prevention Act: Revised Template And New FAQ's Still Leave Some Open Questions
California's Wage Theft Prevention Act (AB 469) became effective on January 1, 2012.
United States
23 May 2012
2011 California Labor And Employment Legislative Update
In early October, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a variety of important employment and labor-related statutes.
United States
14 Nov 2011
New Spate Of Class Actions Seeks To Penalize California Employers Who Do Not Provide Adequate Seating For Employees
A wave of class action suits has recently been filed against several large employers for alleged "seating" violations under the California Labor Code ("Labor Code").
United States
12 Nov 2009
The Meganīs Law Web Site: California Employers Beware
Although it would seem logical to do so, an employer should think twice before using the Megan's Law web site when conducting background checks.
United States
13 Feb 2009
California Supreme Court Rejects The Narrow-Restraint Exception And Invalidates Noncompete Agreement
Many states permit employers to enter into reasonable and limited noncompetition agreements that prevent departing employees from working for a competitor after the end of an employment relationship.
United States
26 Aug 2008
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