Many labor laws signed into law by former Governor Jerry Brown in September 2018 have taken effect this year. Is your business compliant?
In California, employers have the option of offering a severance package to a departing employee, so we’ve highlighted 3 main reasons why severance pay could be a good idea (even if it’s not required).
As a business owner, one of the toughest things to do is letting an employee go. Here are 5 steps you can take to protect your business from a potential wrongful termination claim.
2018 is just around the corner, so we’d like to update employers and business owners on any new or proposed laws for employment-based immigration. Read more to get a head start before the new year!
After September 18, 2017, all employers will be required to use the revised version of USCIS’ Form I-9. Read more about important dates and changes to the updated I-9 to be sure that your business stays compliant.
New year, new goals, and new employment laws. If you’re an employer or business owner, one of your resolutions for 2017 should be to make sure you’re familiar with new employment laws in California that may affect your business.
Employers must keep I-9 paperwork accurate, up-to-date, and compliant with regulations or face thousands in fines and possible jail time. New changes are coming for the Form I-9, so make sure to check with your employment law attorney to identify any errors in your paperwork.
The minimum wage for California workers will gradually increase to $15.00 by 2022. Here are things employers need to know.