CALIFORNIA'S ANTI-BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT LAWS

Second Edition

By Richard J. Simmons, Attorney With Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP,L.A.


(OVER 450 PAGES)

California has the toughest and most costly employment laws in the nation. In this new publication, Attorney Richard J. Simmons of the law firm of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP, addresses the numerous workplace statutes that burden California employers. It examines the far-reaching network of new rules that touch upon such diverse subjects as wage-hour reform, employment discrimination, time off, leaves of absence, mass layoffs, plant closings, background checks, lactation accommodation, and paid family leave. It also reviews the devastating impact of these new laws on California businesses and employment.

The publication provides a year-by-year analysis of the bills signed into law since 1999 and evaluates their individual and combined effect. It reproduces and explains many of the bills that are of greatest significance to California employers. Among the subjects discussed in the publication are the following:

• OVER 150 WORKPLACE REFORMS ENACTED

• OVERREGULATION OF CALIFORNIA BUSINESSES

• YEAR-BY-YEAR ANALYSIS OF LEGISLATION

• REMEDIES FOR UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS

• NEW EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION RULES

• TIME OFF RULES

• PAID FAMILY LEAVE LAW

• AB 60 CHANGES

• WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION RULES

• IDENTITY THEFT BILLS

 

 

 

• THE "SUE YOUR BOSS" LAW

• NEW PAYROLL LAWS

• CAL-COBRA CHANGES

• WAGE-HOUR REFORMS

• LAYOFFS AND PLANT CLOSINGS

• BACKGROUND CHECK REFORMS

• PRO-UNION MEASURES

• DOMESTIC PARTNER RULES

• WHISTLEBLOWER LEGISLATION

• SELECTED BILLS

• SEXUAL HARASSMENT BILLS

 

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