The upcoming new year brings many new California Employment Laws that take effect on January 1, 2019 and beyond.
Many of the new laws stemmed from the #MeToo movement and strengthen harassment protections, while others clear up ambiguities in laws that were passed last year, such as the ban on asking about an applicant’s salary history. Of significance, employers will no longer be able to enter into confidentiality agreements related to claims of sexual assault, sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and related retaliation and “failure to prevent” claims.
Join us and learn more about how the new 2019 Labor Law affecting California Employers and get prepared today.
- California minimum wages changes
- Reacting to the #MeToo Movement with Anti-Harassment Laws
- Clarifying Hiring Practices
- Changing Employer Obligations in the Workplace
- Cal/OSHA recordkeeping - extend statute of limitations
- Altering Employee Compensation and Benefits Practices
- Employing Minors