Riding the Wave: California’s New Employment Laws for 2020

For California employers, January 2020 brings a veritable tidal wave of sweeping new employment laws, many of which curb longtime employment practices. Conscientious employers must ensure their awareness of the changes and their compliance with the new laws. This presents a daunting task for even the most experienced and well-counseled employers, leading us to recommend full audits of employment policies, as well as employee handbooks and policy manuals. These are a few of the major changes affecting California workplaces in 2020: Minimum Wages On January 1, 2020, the statewide minimum wage steps up to $13.00 an hour for employers with more than 26 employees, and to $12.00 an hour for those

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