Tag: Employer

News
October 4, 2022
Last Tuesday, September 27, 2022, Governor Gavin Newsom signed California’s pay transparency law (SB 1162) which, among other things, will amend California Labor Code (“Labor Code”) section 432.3 to require employers with 15 or more employees to include pay scale information in job postings. The law will also require employers to provide current employees with the pay range for their job upon request and will impose a records retention requirement for job titles and wage histories.
Videos
September 7, 2022
A separation agreement, also known as a severance agreement, is a legal contract governing the specific terms of an employee’s separation from employment. In this video, we will go over several areas where your HR-approved, standard form separation agreements are deficient and could leave you vulnerable: (1) Scope of Release, (2) Non-Disparagement, and (3) Confidentiality.
Resources
February 17, 2022
lthough there are some exceptions, most employees in California must be paid the minimum wage. It is well known that employers must comply with federal and state minimum wage laws. Less known is that employers must comply with local (regional) city and county minimum wage laws, which may be more generous than their federal or state counterparts.