Just a friendly reminder to employers that OSHA requires most employers with 10 or more full-time employees to, among other things: a) keep a yearly log (Form 300) of reportable work-related injuries and illnesses; and b) post a summary of work-related injuries and illnesses (Form 300-A) each year.

Continue Reading Don’t Forget to Post Your OSHA Form 300-A by February 1, 2023

Although most experts say that COVID-19 is here to stay, California’s employment-related emergency regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are winding down. As most employers are aware, on December 31, 2022, California’s COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave ordinance expired and was not renewed or extended.

Continue Reading Cal/OSHA Announces New Non-Emergency COVID-19 Regulations

Wage statements might seem straightforward, but employers who make mistakes on them could face PAGA claims or class-action lawsuits as a result. Join Shauna Correia and Rachel Davey from Weintraub’s Labor & Employment group as they review the basics of wage statement compliance in California in part one of this three-part series from California Employment News.

Continue Reading California Employment News: The Basics of Wage Statement Compliance (Part 1)

Weintraub Tobin’s 2023 Labor and Employment Seminar and Training schedule is now available.

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Continue Reading Now Available! Weintraub Tobin’s 2023 Labor and Employment Seminar and Training Schedule

As we previously discussed here, beginning January 1, 2023, employers with at least 15 employees will be required to include a pay scale with any job posting. If employers use third-party services to post jobs, they will need to provide those third parties with the pay scale information so that it can be included in the job posting. While employers do not have to volunteer such information to existing employees without prompting, those employees are entitled to the same pay range for their own positions if requested. The requirement to provide pay ranges to existing employees upon request applies to all employers, regardless of size.  

Continue Reading Labor Commissioner Issues Pay Transparency FAQs Providing Clarity to Employers