California Expands “National Origin” to Fight Discrimination — Read more
On July 1, 2018, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) will now restrict employers from:
- Prohibiting the use of language, like instituting an “English-only” policy.
- Discriminating against anyone based on their level of English proficiency, unless it is required to fulfill duties.
- Discriminating against a person’s accent unless they can show it interferes with the employee to do his/her job.
Read an in-depth analysis of new regulations from our partnering law firm, FordHarrison.
June 2018 Regulatory Updates — Read more
– Classifying Independent Contractors
– Clarifies Rule for Paying Overtime for Non-exempt Employees
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Q: We have an employee in his third year of FMLA and he takes intermittent leave for treatments and doctors appointments. We are having to pay his department staff overtime to compensate for his hours not worked. How can we address this, if at all?