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…

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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…

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Category: Background Checks,

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…

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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…

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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…

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Number 49: EEOC Takes On Background Checks Throughout this series, we have touched on facially neutral policies which, although not motivated by unlawful discrimination, have a discriminatory effect on certain…

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Category: Background Checks, EEO,

Steve Hirschfeld and Amy Durgan will be presenting the latest information employers need to know about managing risk from hiring to firing, including: Hiring process including criminal background checks, candidate…

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As we first discussed here, “ban the box” state laws and local ordinances are picking up traction nationwide.  Measures vary in scope and nature, but the typical policy bars employers…

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Category: Background Checks,