By:Richard S. Rosenberg
Jeffrey P. Fuchsman
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP
Newsletter
May 11, 2017

Many employers may be surprised to learn that employees must generally be given at least one day off out of seven.

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By:Richard S. Rosenberg
Janet S. Soultanian
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP
Newsletter
April 28, 2017

During the Obama Administration, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) began a rule making process to update and increase the minimum salary needed for a person to qualify for an overtime exemption under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act.

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By:Richard S. Rosenberg
Katherine A. Hren
Philip L. Reznik
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP
Newsletter
April 7, 2017

Late last year, Congress made permanent the provisions of a four-year pilot program to provide protection for “whistleblowers” working for federal contractors and their subcontractors.

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By:Richard S. Rosenberg
Jeffrey P. Fuchsman
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP
Newsletter
March 31, 2017

In a case of first impression involving commissioned sales employees, the California Court of Appeal recently held that commissioned employees must be paid hourly at the minimum wage for time spent on paid rest breaks or other non-sales duties.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
Katherine A. Hren
Justin Youngs
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP Newsletter
March 1, 2017

Effective March 1, 2017 all “single-user toilet facilities” in any business establishment, place of public accommodation, or state/local government agency must be identified as available for use by all genders.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP Newsletter
January 23, 2017

The San Fernando Valley Business Journal has once again turned to some of the leading employment attorneys and experts in the region to get their assessments regarding the current state of labor legislation, the new rules of hiring and firing, and the various trends that they have been observing, and in some cases, driving.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
Katherine A. Hren
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP Newsletter
January 20, 2017

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.C.I.S) has developed a new Form I-9 that all employers must begin using on January 22, 2017.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
Katherine A. Hren
Zareh A. Jaltorossian
From: Ballard Rosenberg Golper & Savitt, LLP Newsletter
January 13, 2017

Last month, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) issued a resource document explaining the “important protections” the Americans with Disabilities Act affords to individuals with mental health conditions in the workplace.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
From: The Los Angeles Business Journal
May 2, 2016

The the Los Angeles Business Journal once again turned to some of the leading employment attorneys and experts in the region to get their assessments regarding the current state of labor legislation, the new rules of hiring and firing, and the various trends that they have been observing, and in some cases, driving.

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By: Richard S. Rosenberg
From: Valley Lawyer
February 2, 2016

A WAVE OF NEW EMPLOYMENT laws which took effect on January 1 will significantly impact the workplace in 2016.
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