Is My Time-card Correct?
It is not uncommon, especially for employees that work for large companies, to discover their pay stubs seem incorrect because the the amount of time reflected for time worked is incorrect. Depending on how incorrect the pay stub appears, the employer may still be following California law. This is illustrated by a case involving See's Candies (See’s Candy Shops v. Superior Court) California employees of See's Candies noticed their time-cards failed to reflect their exact pun
New California Law Extends Employees' Deadline To Sue Employers For Discrimination
New CA law give employees longer to sue for discrimination.
NEW CALIFORNIA LAW REQUIRES EMPLOYERS TO PROVIDE SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING TO ALL EMPLOYEES
Previously, California law required employers doing business in California and have "50 or more employees," as well as all public employers, to provide at least two hours of sexual harassment training every two years to each supervisory employee and to all new supervisory employees within six months of their assumption of a supervisory position. New law, SB 1343, passed in 2018, requires that an employer with five or more employees must provide two hours of training regarding
NEW CALIFORNIA LAW EXTENDS EMPLOYEES' DEADLINE TO SUE EMPLOYERS FOR DISCRIMINATION
On August 31, 2019, California's governor signed into law AB 9, known as the Stop Harassment and Reporting Extension (SHARE) Act. The new law extends the deadline to file an allegation of unlawful workplace harassment, discrimination, or civil rights-related retaliation under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) from one year to three years. AB 9 will impose a statute of limitations period that is six-times the length of the federal standard and three-times