2022 is quickly approaching, so now is the time to review your policies and practices and make sure you are California Labor Code compliant!
With the close of 2021 quickly approaching, now is the time to review your employment law policies & practices in order to limit your risk as you move into 2022. As the 2021 legislative season came to a close, Governor Gavin Newsom signed numerous bills into law, from new arbitration requirements to workplace safety laws, which will impact all California employers.
To make sure that your business stays on top of these legal changes it is important that every business owner understands how these new laws will affect your workplace. This includes updating your policies to ensure that you are running your business California compliant. California is an extremely employee friendly state, so taking the time to ensure your company is following all the labor laws and is compliant will minimize your risk for potential damages and penalties that may arise due to non-compliance with not only state mandated policies, such as Paid Sick Leave, but also policies you institute for your specific work environment, like vacation, holidays and more.
If you’d like to set up an Employment Law Compliance consult with Chauvel & Glatt’s Employer Lawyers, have your employment practices audited by our Employment Attorneys, or to update your policies to be 2022 compliant, please contact us today.
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