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September 9, 2015

Amendments to California’s Paid Sick Leave Law Have Been Enacted and Are Effective Immediately

By: Robin Largent This piece originally appeared in the Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger California Labor & Employment Law Blog and is republished here with permission. This week, California’s governor signed into law urgency legislation passed by the legislature (AB 304) to amend California’s recently enacted paid sick leave law.  These amendments take…
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May 14, 2015

A Hidden Legal Risk: A Review of Employer Obligations for Employees with Mental Illness

By: Marcas Miles and Irvin "Sam" Muszynski For too long, mental health has remained in the shadows of our employer-led wellness efforts. The stigma associated with the topic remains a barrier, yet the effect of mental health conditions on business can no longer be denied. There are two reasons every…
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March 6, 2015

5 Perks Job Seekers Should Think About (Beyond Money)

By: Dana Manciagli For many professionals, start-up hubs like San Francisco and Seattle are job-hunting nirvana. The “big guys” like Facebook and Google keep growing, and the stream of start-ups elbowing each other to snag talented employees seems endless. In an environment like this one, you can’t blame an in-demand…
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December 12, 2014

ACA in the Workplace: Loopholes Abound

By: Maurice Gilbert The Affordable Care Act (ACA), touted by some as a long-awaited cure for the broken health care industry, has benefited some for certain.  But for many others, its enactment has further complicated an already complex system.  The infrastructure has been overloaded with an influx of newly insured…
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December 9, 2014

As Same-Sex Marriage Gains Ground, Employers Must Keep Up

By: Bob Christenson Employers around the country are scrambling to revise benefit plans and policies as same-sex marriage goes mainstream. Nineteen states and the District of Columbia now recognize same-sex marriage, and court challenges supporting same-sex unions have been filed in each of the remaining 31 states. Decisions striking down…
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