This podcast features an in-depth look at the dizzying array of new California employment laws with Littler Mendelson shareholder Bruce Sarchet, with a particular focus on sexual harassment plus a novel mandate for diversity.
Walmart has agreed to pay $65 million for refusing to provide cashiers with the option of sitting while they worked. Nearly 100,000 current and former Walmart cashiers in California were part of the class action, which had been ongoing for nearly a decade.
Updated guidance to reflect DOL opinion letter on organ donation.
Updated to reflect amendments to the forthcoming law relating to consumer privacy.
The end of the California legislative year was marked by a flurry of last-minute bill signings by the governor that address major employment law issues. But included in the plethora of signed bills are several with a narrower focus or that are targeted at specific industries that might have been overlooked.
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