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2008 California Employment Law Round-up

January 22, 2008

California labor and employment law saw significant changes on January 1, 2008.  However, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed several bills that would have placed significant obligations on California employers in such areas as wage and hour, bereavement leave, health care tax, employment records and retention, wage discrimination, familial status discrimination and family and medical leave.  The following is a summary of the new laws that took effect:

For additional information concerning these new laws or any other employment-related issue, please contact any of the attorneys in our San Francisco or Los Angeles offices.

This publication is available to KM&M’s clients and friends.  It is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion on a particular situation.