California Supreme Court Clarifies Rest Day Rules

The California Supreme Court’s ruling on Monday provides important clarification to the state Labor Code requirement that employers provide employees one day of rest for every seven days worked. Nordstrom employees argued that the nationwide retailer violated the law by requiring that they work more than six consecutive days. Although some of these laws are … More California Supreme Court Clarifies Rest Day Rules

New California Regulations Will Limit Use of Criminal History Information in Hiring and Retention Decisions

New regulations from the California Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC) will limit an employer’s ability to use criminal history in making hiring and retention decisions. The regulations go into effect July 2, 2017. What’s behind them and what should employers do? Background Federal agencies have taken an increasingly critical view of the use of … More New California Regulations Will Limit Use of Criminal History Information in Hiring and Retention Decisions