On November 22, 2022, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed the Fair Work Week Ordinance (“FWWO”). Set to take effect in April 2023, the new law imposes significant requirements on retail employers in the City of Los Angeles with respect to both scheduling and hiring. It follows in the footsteps of similar predictive scheduling laws already […]
Salary and Pay Range Disclosures in Job Postings: A Quick Guide to What US Employers Need to Know Right Now
As we wind up 2022 and head into 2023, all eyes are on salary and pay range requirements in job postings. Where these laws apply, what they require, and when they go into effect has been top-of-mind for US employers in 2022. Here’s what employers need to know now as they navigate the patchwork of […]
Many of you do not know me personally. I have been married once before. I was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in the 60’s. I miss the soft sand, beautiful beaches and its people and food. When I arrived in California, I came alone, no family, no friends. Another adventure because I am not […]
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Companies have increasingly turned to formal racial equity audits to identify and address systemic bias and discrimination. Typically, a third-party or external law firm conducts a racial equity audit for a company by evaluating its policies, procedures, and practices. For instance, the auditor may look at the company’s recruiting, interviewing, hiring, promotion, and retention processes. […]
With Election Day Around the Corner, Employers Need to Remember You May Have to Give Employees Time Off to Vote
Next week on November 8, voters will head to the polls around the country for our midterm elections for the U.S. House, certain Senate seats, governorships, and other elected offices. And while voters are headed to the polls, employers should remember that they may have a requirement to provide time off to employees to vote. […]
Is the playing of obscene and misogynistic rap music in the workplace discriminatory on the basis of sex if it offends women? A former Tesla employee has asked the U.S. District Court for Nevada to answer “yes” to that question after filing suit against her former employer alleging that, among other things, the obscene and misogynistic rap […]
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