By Scott P. MalleryAri Hersher, and Clara Rademacher

Seyfarth SynopsisCalifornia lawmakers have introduced legislation that would give employees the right to ignore communications from their employers that are received outside the contours of their “working hours,” which must first be agreed upon, in writing.

If signed into law, AB 2751 would add a section to

Continue Reading California Considers Cutting the Cord with Right to Disconnect Legislation

By Kristina M. Launey 

Seyfarth Synopsis: Prepare for new California workplace legal requirements effective January 1, 2024, now. Seyfarth has you covered with all the ways to protect your workplace just like Kevin McCallister defends his house.

This is your house. You have to defend it. But Seyfarth is here to help you get your business updates in order

Continue Reading We Slept In! Time To Prepare for New 2024 Requirements!

By Kristina M. Launey 

Seyfarth Synopsis: Among new workplace legal requirements effective January 1, 2024, making employers green in the face with end of the year preparations are necessary revisions to Wage Theft Notices. They must be ready for distribution starting January 1 to new hires and when information changes, in line with the new template notice from the

Continue Reading Every Who In California Must Update Their Wage Theft Notice For January

By Michael Wahlander

Seyfarth Synopsis: Within the last few years, the California Legislature has amended laws related to an employee’s right to inspect personnel records, intending to ensure employees have access to those records. Since then, employers have seen more such requests, claims made before the Labor Commissioner, and even lawsuits over production of personnel files. We offer here
Continue Reading The Peculiar “Personnel-ity” of California Personnel File Inspection Laws