Posts Tagged: Social media

CA Employment Law Changes for 2013

Here are some of the new key employment laws that employers will see starting January 2013 (unless another effective date is indicated below):   Commission Pay Agreements — AB 1396 Any employers (based in or outside of California) with California-based employees who are paid on a commission-basis must have a written agreement with those employees… Read more »


CA Employers have to brush off their policies and procedures!

We have some changes in employment law for 2013. I have put together the highlights of the changes. Employers are going to need to update their policies and procedures.   Wage and Hour: Compensation Agreements: California law generally requires the payment of overtime to nonexempt employees for hours worked over 8 in a day, 40 in a… Read more »


Access to Social Media for Employers denied!

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills into law on Thursday that keep employers or universities from demanding access passwords to Facebook or Twitter accounts. AB 1844, Campos. Employer use of social media. Existing law generally regulates the conduct of employers in the state. This bill would prohibit an employer from requiring or requesting an employee or applicant for employment to… Read more »