The Law at Work: What every California employer must do at the start of 2019

In his first The Law at Work Column of the new year in the San Diego Union-Tribune, Shareholder Dan Eaton shares six things every California employer should do now to limit employment-related legal challenges over the next 12 months and explains why:

  • Confirm that your independent contractors are not really employees.
  • Make sure your compensation rates are lawful.
  • Delete impermissible questions from your company’s employment applications.
  • Review your company’s policy restricting what employees may say about company practices.
  • Consider revising confidentiality provision in your company’s standard release agreement.
  • Schedule sexual harassment prevention training.

View the full article here.

January 28, 2019  |  Categories: Employment Law
Subscribe to Legal Alerts