The California Legislative Report - April 2017
Apr 4, 2017 | Topic(s): Employment
Our April Legislative Report is now available detailing employment bills pending in Sacramento with potential application to California employers, including bills that would:
- Require employers to offer hours to existing non-exempt employees before hiring new employees (AB 5);
- Prohibit employers from inquiring about salary history during the hiring process (AB 168);
- Require larger employers to collect and publish information about gender pay differences (AB 1209);
- Preclude employers from inquiring about criminal convictions until after a conditional offer of employment (AB 1008);
- Require employers with more than 20 employees to provide up to 12 workweeks of parental leave (SB 63);
- Prohibit employers from responding to federal immigration agency requests or assisting with “immigration worksite enforcement actions” unless certain conditions are met (AB 450);
- Increase to $47,476 the salary threshold level for overtime purposes (AB 1565);
- Prohibit employers from discriminating based on an employee’s reproductive health decisions (AB 569); and
- Enable private employers to grant hiring preferences to veterans (AB 353 and AB 1477).
- Many, many more.
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