This week, we’re focused on California’s array of new and amended laws, including non-competes, employee cannabis usage, minimum wage, and protected time off.

Navigating New Laws: California’s Upcoming Deadlines for Employers

New laws are changing the workplace in California, with looming deadlines for employers to meet. However, what happens in California tends not to stay in California. So, how can employers in California and beyond prepare?

Epstein Becker Green’s David Jacobs and Chelsea Hadaway provide a rundown of some of the new and amended California laws and the preemptive steps employers can take to remain compliant.

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Other Highlights

California Amends Non-Compete Law (Again) and Adds a Notice Requirement
Trade Secrets & Employee Mobility
David Jacobs, Jennifer L. Nutter, Phillip K. Antablin

NLRB Issues Final Rule on Joint-Employer Status, Answering a Major Question No One Asked
Management Memo
Erin E. Schaefer, Steven M. Swirsky

Time Is Money: A Quick Wage-Hour Tip on . . . Wage Transparency Laws
Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Corben J. Green

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