How much does that job pay? According to a new law coming to California, employers must not hide that information from employees who ask. And applicants will not even need to ask. On September 27, 2022, Governor Newsom signed into law SB 1162, which provides for pay transparency among job postings for most California employers.
Lukas Clary is a shareholder in the firm’s Labor and Employment and Litigation practice groups and serves as the firm’s Marketing Shareholder. Lukas has experience representing clients in all aspects of employment litigation. He regularly handles claims involving allegations of workplace discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, unpaid overtime and wages, missed meal and rest periods, and class actions.
In this episode of California Employment News, Lukas Clary and Ryan Abernethy discuss best practices for employers to maintain employee records and the importance of record retention.
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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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