2019 California Employment Law Update March 6, 2019 California Legislation, Legislation, Practice Management, Resources, Risk Management employee, lactation accomodations, minimum wage increase, sexual harassment preventation, #MeToo movement, AB 2770, AB 3109, employment, employment law, legal, minimum wage, pay equity, SB 1343 , sexual harassment, sexual harassment training, workplace compliance 0 California lawmakers were very busy last year, passing an assortment of new workplace-related laws that will affect California employers in 2019 and beyond. Most prominently are laws that followed the outcry over workplace-related sexual harassment, also known as the #MeToo movement. Additional new laws include increased minimum wage, new requirements for employee and management harassment prevention training, lactation accommodations, pay equity and much more. The following is a summary of what employers need to know about new laws that will take effect in 2019. Employers should review their policies and practices to ensure ongoing legal compliance and to limit potential exposure. Be sure to consult with legal counsel as to any questions. Read the full 2019 California Employment Law Update: The Employer’s Survival Guide For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 714-772-7400 Comments are closed.