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Need Help Applying 2024 California Employment Laws in Your Workplace?

HRWatchdog

The 2023 legislative session ended with hundreds of bills hitting Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk, many of which are now affecting employers’ compliance efforts. hour virtual seminar isn’t an overview of 2024 California and federal employment laws — you can purchase our recorded 2024 Employment Law Updates webinar if you’re looking for that.

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Grocery Delivery Drivers Sue over Alleged Wage and Hour Infractions

SHRM Resources

a large online grocer based in Fremont, Calif., for numerous types of alleged wage and hour. Delivery drivers recently filed a class-action lawsuit against Weee!,

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Attention on Deck: Register Now for HR Boot Camp

HRWatchdog

In the Golden State, keeping track of and administering California’s onerous employment laws can be a full-time job in itself. CalChamber’s HR Boot Camp is a comprehensive, two half-day training event that will cover many important aspects of the employment life cycle. Common wage and hour issues.

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California Minimum Wage: What Small Businesses Need To Know

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In 2016, California approved a statute to increase the minimum wage yearly starting in 2017. This period has now passed and the California minimum wage rate is at $15.50. According to a Zillow study, a person making minimum wage would need 2.7 Simplify payroll What is the California Minimum Wage? Note: While $15.50

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Employment Law Overview in Peru

Global People Strategist

Understanding local employment laws is crucial for those considering employment opportunities in this South American nation. Navigating the intricacies of Peru’s employment landscape involves grasping key aspects such as general labor laws, tax regulations, and employee benefits.

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New Employment Laws Starting in 2024

HRWatchdog

This year’s legislative session ended with a flurry and, as usual, hundreds of bills were sent to California Governor Newsom’s desk, many of which impact employment law. Leaves of Absence Governor Newsom signed SB 616 , a major expansion of the state’s paid sick leave (PSL) law, the Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014.

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Wage Transparency Act Passes in District of Columbia

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Bill 25-194 , or the Wage Transparency Omnibus Amendment Act of 2023 will require employers to include salary information in job listings. DC’s Wage Transparency Act aims to address one of the worst pay gaps for women of color in the US. Wage history ban: Employers cannot screen job applicants based on their wage history.