The article covers the busy year California lawmakers had enacting a host of laws that will affect employers in 2014. These pro-employee laws range from protections for undocumented workers to penalties for employers for missed "recovery periods" intended to prevent heat illness. The article discusses the most noteworthy of these laws and, where applicable, the steps employers should take to comply with them.
Todd Wulffson and Shirin Forootan Author Article: Fifteen Developments in Employment Law for 2014
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