New California Employment Laws Affecting Businesses in 2017 and Beyond
CalChamber’s employment law counsel wrapped up their analysis of the significant pieces of employment-related legislation that Governor Brown signed into law.
The 2017 legislative session produced new laws that will affect California employers’ day-to-day operations and policies in 2017 and beyond. Some new laws made significant changes while others new laws made small changes to existing law. Quite a few bills this year feature delayed or phased-in implementation.
Be prepared by downloading this new white paper summarizing the new laws’ effects on California employers.
Learn about new laws on:
- Wage and hour, including minimum wage and overtime;
- Expanded discrimination and retaliation protections, including significant amendments to the Fair Pay Act;
- Leaves of absence, including new hire notification requirements;
- Background checks;
- Workers’ compensation; and
- Much more.
An Overview of New 2017 Laws Affecting California Employers is now available for nonmembers to download. CalChamber members can also access a full discussion of the new laws on HRCalifornia.