January 25, 2019

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 supervis...

As of January 1, 2019, California law prohibits a settlement agreement from including a confidentiality provision that prevents the disclosure of factual information pertaining to civil or administrative complaints of sexual assault, sexual harassment, or workplace har...

2019 brings new responsibilities to talent agencies regarding sexual harassment in California. AB 2338 requires talent agencies must provide their adult artists with educational materials on sexual harassment prevention, retaliation and reporting resources, as well as...

By January 1, 2020, California employers with five or more employeesare required to provide: (1) at least two hours of classroom or other effective training and education regarding sexual harassment prevention to supervisory employees; and (2) one hour of sexual harass...

Beginning 2019, CA law SB 1976 (Lactation Accommodation) makes changes to existing California lactation accommodation law to further protect new mothers.  The existing law requires employers to make reasonable efforts to provide a location other than a toilet stall to...

On January 11, 2019, Taylor Labor Law, PC has filed a lawsuit against California Pacific Airlines on behalf of a client airline mechanic terminated for advising his supervisor he believed a plane should be grounded because it was in disrepair. The mechanic received a p...

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