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HR professionals can take a leading role in helping organizations comply with the spirit of California Gov. Jerry Brown’s executive order to encourage water conservation in the face of the state’s drought, according to an attorney.
 
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires large retail sellers and manufacturers doing business in California to publicly disclose their efforts to eradicate forced labor from their direct supply chains. The California Department of Justice is moving toward enforcement by sending letters to companies believed to fall within the act, reminding them of the act’s requirements.
 
California Revises Regulations on Family and Medical Leave
On July 1, 2015, updates to the California Family Rights Act will take effect. The changes will better align California’s rules with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act regulations.
 
Three officials with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Society’s California State Council (CalSHRM) testified before the California State Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment in support of two pieces of HR-related legislation.
 
Court Rejects Application of FLSA to Security Screenings Under California Law
A California district court struck a strong blow against any argument that the exclusion for the time an employee spends undergoing post-shift security screenings from their hours worked under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) also applies to similar claims under California’s wage and hour laws.
 
What HR Professionals Need To Know About Telecommuting
California’s harsh wage and hour laws, including daily pay requirements and mandated meal and rest breaks, discourage employers from allowing workers to telecommute, according to an attorney.
  
Calif. Employers Should Prepare Now for Summer Heat
California’s workplace safety regulators are encouraging employers with outdoor workers to begin preparing now for hot temperatures.  
 
Eight Major ‘Compliance Hot Spots’ in California
There are many ways in which employment laws in California differ from those in the rest of the country. An employment attorney discusses eight of these “compliance hot spots.”
 
Significant Employment-Related Bills Before Legislature
There are a number of significant employment-related bills before the California legislature, including one that would increase the state’s minimum wage beyond the already contemplated 2016 increase and one that would expand the California Family Rights Act to apply to employers with more than five employees.  
 
 

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