January 19, 2015

California Labor Laws for the New Year: What Employers need to Know

Los Angeles partner Mark Terman wrote an article for CalCPA magazine titled, “California Labor Laws for the New Year:  What Employers need to Know.”

The article discusses how employer regulation is on the rise again. In 2014, a total of 574 new bills mentioned “employer,” compared to 186 in 2013. Most of those 500-plus bills did not pass, and several that did pass were not signed into law by the governor.  

Mark addresses a sampling of significant new laws affecting private employers effective Jan. 1, 2015, including shared liability for employers who use labor contractors, required paid sick leave, minimum wage increases, expanded discrimination law and supervisor training, enhanced child lawbot laws, and further anti-retaliation law related to immigration issues.

To read the entire article, click here.*

*Originally published by CalCPA in the January/February 2015 issue of California CPA.

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