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Updated EEOC Poster Required to be Posted by Employers

Employers are required to display many posters and notices in a location which is visible to all employees. These notices and posters cover topics such as minimum wage, rest breaks, workers’ compensation, and insurance. Under federal law, employers are required to display a notice from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission...

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Stricter Regulations for Tracking Employee Vehicles

It is not uncommon for employers to track their company vehicles to monitor employee efficiency or prevent vehicle theft. Currently, an employer may track a vehicle driven by an employee if the vehicle’s registered owner, lessor, or lessee has consented to the use of an electronic tracking device with respect to the vehicle.[1] Essentially, an...

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Executives May be Liable for Employee Wage Claims

If an employee is owed back wages, it is common practice for the employee to bring a claim against their employer with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (“DLSE”) or file an action in the Superior Court. California Labor Code §558.1 states that “any employer or other person acting on behalf of an employer” who contributes...

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Drug Testing Employees for Marijuana to be Prohibited

Governor Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill 2188 (“AB 2188”) into law, which prohibits drug testing of employees for off-duty marijuana use. AB 2188 is an amendment to the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), which is intended to prevent employment discrimination, and is effective as of January 1, 2024. Specifically, AB 2188 prohibits an...

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