WHAT IS OUR LEGISLATURE DOING TO CALIFORNIA EMPLOYERS?
The California legislature is currently debating the following bills. We don’t know which ones will make it to the Governor, or which was he will sign, but keep on the look-out for these proposed laws effecting California businesses:
AB 1912 – Misdemeanor to terminate an employee who brings a firearm to work in her car.
AB 2095 – Modifies sexual harassment education requirements.
AB 2186 – Bill to penalize overtime misclassifications.
AB 2217 – Individual alternative workweeks.
AB 2327 – Farm labor contractor rule changes.
AB 2334 – Janitorial service contractor rule changes.
AB 2371 – Invalidates arbitration agreements that cover FEHA violations.
AB 2536 – Overtime for in-house workers
SB 1188, 1189 – Prohibits payment of wages without a free way to cash.
The current renditions of these bills can be viewed at: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/bilinfo.htmlThe Law Office of Phillip J. Griego 95 South Market Street, Suite 520 San Jose, CA 95113 Tel. 408-293-6341 Original article by Robert E. Nuddleman, former associate of The Law Office of Phillip J. Griego.
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