As businesses begin resuming operations and recalling employees from furlough and layoff, companies may decide they no longer need to recall all employees. Perhaps companies have learned that certain positions can be staffed more leanly or combined, or simply that previous levels of business activity are unlikely to return any time soon. As discussed in Step…

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What is European Data Privacy Law and why does it impact California and other U.S. based companies? The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, Article 8, protects everybody’s personal information.  Effective May 24, 2016, the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (“GDPR” or “the Regulation”) began to protect this right in the digital age.

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We enter 2017 with a new President, a polarized electorate, an incomplete Supreme Court, and an increasingly isolated California. Against this dramatic backdrop, Glen Kraemer will examine the most important recent appellate decisions and legislation in the equal employment opportunity arena, while forecasting discrimination law trends that could dramatically impact our State in the new…

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Our blog post on January 5, 2016 summarized California’s new E-Verify law and other updates.  So what should California employers do differently now with respect to I-9s and E-Verify?  Enrollment in E-Verify remains voluntary under federal and California law except for federal contractors with the FAR provision in their contract.  California’s new law (AB 622) added…

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Presented at the 3rd Annual Community Association Owners Conference Employment Law Update for 2015 presented at the 3rd Annual Community Association Owners Conference, covering a range of topics, including: Equal Employment Opportunity Background Checks Unpaid Leave Telecommuting Policies Severance Agreements New California laws regarding Paid Sick Leave Workplace Bullying Interns and Volunteers Download: Employment Law…

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