California Mandates FMLA/CFRA Leave for Small Employers

California Mandates FMLA/CFRA Leave for Small Employers

The Federal Family Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) and the state equivalent California Family Rights Act (“CRFA”) require employers with 50 or more employees working within a 75-mile radius to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off for serious or chronic medical...
Updated Employment Laws for San Francisco Employers

Updated Employment Laws for San Francisco Employers

Employers with employees performing work in San Francisco need to know of three changes to local employment laws that take effective July 1, 2020: Minimum Wage Increases to $16.07 Paid Parental Leave Expands to 8 Weeks Updated Required Posters Generally speaking, San...
New Employment Laws for 2020 Signed by Governor Newsom

New Employment Laws for 2020 Signed by Governor Newsom

The California legislature and Gavin Newsom have been busy in 2019. The following is a list of the new legislation impacting California employers. Most laws go into effect January 1, 2020, but a few go into effect immediately. Thank you to Phyllis Cheng who does an...
Fall 2018 New Employment Laws – Part 1

Fall 2018 New Employment Laws – Part 1

New Employment Laws for 2018 It’s that time of year again: new employment laws for 2018. While everyone else in the state is bundling up and raking up the falling leaves, the Governor was busy signing bills. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be cutting through the...

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CAREGIVERS, COMPANIONS AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD WORKERS We know the importance of these individuals and understands the employment law nuances for them. Caregivers, Companions and Other Household Workers Special employment laws apply to caregivers and other employees...