Written by attorney Melinda Garcia

New California Labor Laws to Look Forward to in 2017

Labor laws are constantly changing, and it is important that California employers keep up with those changes so they do not unknowingly violate any of them. The Pleasanton business attorneys at Garcia & Gurney, ALC ensure that our clients are in compliance with new and old California labor laws.

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As of July 1, 2017, all California employers must provide their employees with written notice regarding their rights under the domestic violence protections under California law. What This Means for Employers: While an employer may develop their own notice to distribute to employees before the July 1 deadline, the Labor Commissioner will develop and distribute a notice which employers can use. Whether they develop their own notice or wait for the Labor Commissioner’s notice, all notices must be distributed to employees by July 1.

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