In this blog, we often talk about the new laws enacted by the various states in America, and California stands apart in the number of employment-related bills enacted by it. Many of these laws take effect on the 1st of January 2015. Here is a quick summary of California’s latest legislation that employers must prepare for. Failure to comply with these regulatory requirements could result in legal action, penalties, equitable or injunctive relief and a requirement to pay/reimburse an attorney’s fees and costs.
Employers in California have a few short weeks to incorporate these laws into their workplace practices. We shall bring you an update on additional laws in a follow up post. As California is often among the pioneers in introducing new workplace legislation, companies in other states should closely follow these developments.
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