On September 1, 2023, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 699 into law, which will bolster California’s prohibition of non-compete agreements.Continue Reading California Employers, Forget About Non-Compete Agreements for Your Employees!
When starting a business, there are many common employment issues to consider. Join Weintraub attorneys Meagan Bainbridge and Ryan Abernethy in Part Two of their Employment Start-Up Kit for Start-Ups series for California Employment News, where they cover employee payroll, HR, and other important things for new businesses to consider to limit liability.
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There are many common employment issues that start-ups might face. Weintraub attorneys Meagan Bainbridge and Ryan Abernethy help review these issues in a two-part series for California Employment News. Join them in part one, which covers independent contractor classification and employment exemptions.Continue Reading California Employment News: The Employment Start-Up Kit for Start-Ups – Part 1
While some pay exemptions are fairly well-known, there are some, such as the Computer Professional and Sales exemptions, that are not as common. Meagan Bainbridge and Lukas Clary close out the pay exemptions series on California Employment News with this episode reviewing these two lesser known pay exemptions.Continue Reading California Employment News: Lesser Known Pay Exemptions
On August 2, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) issued a decision in Stericycle, Inc., in which they adopted new rules for evaluating whether the policies related to employee conduct in employee handbooks violate the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”).Continue Reading Employers Beware of NLRB’s New Work Rules