Effective Jan. 1, 2024, under the recently signed Senate Bill 848 (S.B. 848), covered California employers must provide eligible employees with a job-protected leave of absence following a reproductive loss. ThisContinue Reading California Employers Must Provide Reproductive Loss Leave Starting Jan. 1, 2024
Governor Polis recently signed two laws affecting Colorado employers and employees. First, the Job Application Fairness Act (JAFA) prohibits all Colorado employers from requesting certain information related to prospective employees’…Continue Reading Colorado Law Bans Age-Related Questions on Applications and Adds New Reasons to Use Paid Sick Leave
The city of Los Angeles’s recently passed Fair Workweek Ordinance (the Ordinance) takes effect April 1, 2023. The ordinance aims to ensure Los Angeles retail employees have more predictable work…Continue Reading Los Angeles Retail Employers: New Fair Workweek Obligations Take Effect April 1. Are They Fair?
The California State Legislature gave employers many new bills to address on Jan. 1, 2023 (see GT Alert), but not all appear in the Labor Code. One…Continue Reading When They’ve Got to Go (Let Them): What Employers Should Know about California’s New Restroom Access Law
In June 2022, the Colorado legislature passed and Gov. Polis signed into law House Bill 22-1317 amending CRS 8-2-113, “Unlawful to intimidate worker – agreement not to compete – prohibition…Continue Reading A Warning for Companies with Colorado Employees Seeking to Enforce Restrictive Covenants and Non-Competition Agreements
On Jan. 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took a significant step towards banning noncompete agreements between companies and workers. The FTC proposed a broad rule that would effectively…Continue Reading Federal Trade Commission Seeks Industry Comment On Proposed Noncompete Ban
Under AB 2188, beginning Jan. 1, 2024, California employers will be prohibited from discriminating against employees for off-duty cannabis use.
Continue Reading California Will Soon Protect Employees’ Off-Duty Cannabis Use
On Sept. 22, Greenberg Traurig attorneys will discuss the latest developments emanating from the Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson and what lies ahead. This will be…Continue Reading 9/22 Webinar | Legal Considerations in a Post Dobbs v. Jackson World: What Employers and Providers Need to Know
On Aug. 29, 2022, the California legislature passed the FAST Recovery Act, which is arguably the most significant piece of restaurant-specific legislation passed in U.S. history, impacting a massive range…
Continue Reading Urgent Issue Webinar: The Passing of the FAST Act and What It Means for Restaurants | Sept. 2
The Chicago City Council enacted amendments to the City’s Human Rights Ordinance that take effect July 1, 2022. The amendments:
- Expand the definitions of the sexual harassment and sexual orientation;