Updated to reflect change in applicability of the ordinance and updated poster, effective October 1, 2018.
Maryland's ban on sexual harassment waivers in employment contracts and a Massachusetts law governing noncompetition agreements top the list of new October 1 compliance requirements affecting employers.
Updated to include a development regarding the San Francisco Payroll Expense Tax.
A policy under which employees could purchase discounted food on the condition that they agree to eat it on their employer's premises did not violate California's meal breaks law, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Rodriguez v. Taco Bell.
California's wage and hour statutes and regulations have not incorporated the "de minimis" doctrine, the Supreme Court of California ruled in Troester v. Starbucks Corp.
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