Please join attorneys from Weintraub Tobin’s Labor and Employment Group at the 2-part Employment Law Update 2023 seminar series. The Group’s attorneys will discuss important legal developments from 2022 and review a number of new laws and case law developments impacting employers in 2023.

Both parts of the series will be presented in a hybrid format, with in-person or webinar attendance available. In-person seminars will be held at the downtown Sacramento Weintraub Tobin office.

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Healthcare workers are experiencing a significant amount of occupational fatigue, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Expecting nurses to work lengthy shifts without the chance to eat a meal or rest leads to exhaustion and can increase the likelihood of medical errors. State senator Steven Bradford authored SB 1334, which sought to guarantee meal and rest periods for public healthcare workers. The bill was sponsored by the California Nurses Association (“CNA”), which has 100,000 members in more than 200 facilities throughout California. On September 29, 2022, Governor Newsom signed SB 1334 into law, which adds section 512.1 to the California Labor Code.
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In this episode of California Employment News, Lukas Clary and Ryan Abernethy discuss the regular rate of pay, its unusual features, and the risks of employers getting it wrong.
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In this episode of California Employment News, Lukas Clary and Meagan Bainbridge discuss recent developments relating to the labor code Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) and steps that employers can take to mitigate the risk of PAGA exposure.
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