San Francisco Mayor Signs 'Ban-the-Box' OrdinanceSan Francisco has “banned-the-box” on employment applications and has added other restrictions on private employers’ ability to obtain and use criminal history information.
Staffing Company Not Liable for Employee’s Poisoning Co-worker
Fired 61-Year-Old Hospital Employee May Proceed with Age Discrimination CaseThe California Court of Appeal held that a worker could proceed with her claim for age discrimination following her discharge from employment for allegedly poor performance.
Constructively Quit or Fired? Employer Must Exhaust All Reasonable Alternatives
Getting the Hiring Process Off on the Right FootThe best job applications do far more than gather a prospective employee’s work history and educational background. They’re a valuable screening tool as well as protection against litigation. They complement a thorough interview and become an integral part of the hiring process.
Employers Should Prepare for Upcoming Minimum Wage IncreaseThe impending changes in California’s minimum wage rate provide a good opportunity for California employers to audit their pay practices and ensure that they are in compliance with all wage and hour laws.
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