Archive for the ‘Paid Family Leave’ Category

Governor Signs Two Employment Bills: AB 2770, AB 2587

On July 9, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed two employment-related bills that are effective January 1, 2019: one sexual harassment bill to protect victims of harassment and one bill related to Paid Family Leave. Bill to Protect Victims/Employers from Serial Harassers Signed The governor signed AB 2770 (Irwin; D-Thousand Oaks) — a California Chamber […]

10 Jul 18 - Harassment, Paid Family Leave - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Leave This Seminar With the Compliance Answers You Need

Oh, the challenges of managing leaves of absence and resolving related HR issues. The required documentation and tracking can make your head spin, especially when the leaves are intermittent or when California and federal rules overlap. Confused? Don’t be after you attend CalChamber’s popular “Leaves of Absence: Making Sense of It All” seminar. Our employment […]

8 Mar 17 - FMLA/CFRA, Paid Family Leave, Pregnancy Disability Leave, Time Off - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

CalChamber Opposition Helps Stop Job Killer Leave Mandate

A job killer bill that would have overwhelmed small businesses with administering a new protected leave of absence and subjected them to threats of costly litigation for any alleged violations, failed to pass the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee on June 22.  SB 1166 (Jackson; D-Santa Barbara) would have unduly burdened and increased costs of small employers with as […]

24 Jun 16 - Paid Family Leave - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Governor Signs Paid Family Leave Bill

This week, Governor Brown signed AB 908 which, beginning January 1, 2018, increases the amount of Paid Family Leave (PFL) benefits an employee can receive. […]

13 Apr 16 - Paid Family Leave - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »

San Francisco Moves Closer to Providing Paid Parental Leave

San Francisco is frequently ahead of the nation in employee protections, and a new proposal for paid parental leave is no exception to that trend. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently approved a proposal that would allow employees to receive full salary compensation when out on parental leave by supplementing state wage replacement benefits […]

7 Apr 16 - Paid Family Leave - Gail Cecchettini Whaley - No CommentsRead More »