November 7, 2022
New rules for disclosing pay range information to applicants and employees, and new record keeping and reporting requirements go into effect in California on January 1, 2023. But two other rules effective January 1 are just as consequential, Senior Associate Antwoin Wall told Today’s General Counsel in an interview.
“SB-1044 prohibits employers from taking action against employees who leave work or refuse to report if the employees cite an emergency situation, either at their job sites, homes or children’s schools; and AB-2183 changes requirements for unionizing among agricultural workers and imposes hefty penalties for violations by employers, among other things,” Wall commented.
Read the full interview here.