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Fall 2018 New Employment Laws – Part 3 Now that the candy and costumes are gone, we have more updates and tweaks to California employment law to report. This week we focus on a joint liability. Yay! More ways employers can be liable for the mistakes of…
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New Employment Laws for 2018 (Part 2) Welcome back to our New Employment Laws for 2018 wrapup and update. This post will focus primarily on hiring practices. This year, the Legislature clarifies hiring practices changes and access to sealed or expunged…
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New Employment Laws for 2018 It’s that time of year again: new employment laws for 2018. While everyone else in the state is bundling up and raking up the falling leaves, the Governor was busy signing bills. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be cutting…
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In the Northern Hemisphere, September 22nd marks the end of Summer, not Labor Day. Many think of Labor Day as the end of Summer because many schools start just before or just after Labor Day, and the weather starts cooling off. It is also the last Federal…
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California Rejects De Minimus Time Four minutes a day might seem inconsequential, right? Not to the California Supreme Court. In Troester v.Starbucks Corporation, the Court held that employers are required to compensate employees for short, unrecorded…
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When an employee quits without notice, there is a myriad of considerations and consequences for an employer. Finding a replacement and keeping the business running smoothly is at the top of many employers’ minds. However, one of the most urgent tasks for…
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The Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C. is happy to announce it is moving to a new San Jose office at 95 South Market Street, Suite 500 in downtown San Jose, California. The new location will allow us to continue serving our clients in the South Bay. Our main office…
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The Rancho Santiago Community College District learned the hard way that disability accommodations required the district to extend an employee’s probationary period. In Hernandez v. Rancho Santiago Community College Dist. an administrative assistant sued…
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Danville 4th of July Parade If you don’t have plans Wednesday morning, come to watch the Danville Parade. The Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley–of which I am a member–has organized and conducted the annual Kiwanis 4th of July Parade in partnership with the…
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A friend and colleague, Alan Foster, asked me to write an article for his newsletter regarding independent contractors under Dynamex. I’ve seen articles, presentations and blog posts about the dramatic shift in the law regarding independent contractor…
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