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Employment practices that work in other states may not work in California.
California workplaces exist in "a different world," according to James J. McDonald Jr., J.D., SHRM-SCP, an attorney with Fisher Phillips in Irvine, Calif. Employers should recognize that an employment practice that works in the other 49 states may not be appropriate there, he told attendees at a June 22 concurrent session at the Society for Human Resource Management 2016 Annual Conference & Exposition.
McDonald said employers must be aware of the "10 scariest" laws that regulate workplaces in California:
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