Don’t forget to update wage information on notices required by Wage Theft Protection Act in 2016

Home Best Practices For California Employers Dont forget to update wage information on notices required by Wage Theft Protection Act in 2016 California employers are required to provide non-exempt employees with certain information upon hire as required by the Wage Theft Protection Act. The law became effective in 2012 and is codified at Labor Code […]

Terminating for Financial Reasons? Don’t Expect the Courts to Help You Out

Employers who undertake reductions in force due to financial difficulties should not count on employee notice periods being reduced as a result of the financial troubles. This point was recently emphasized by the Ontario Court of Appeal in the decision of Michela v. St. Thomas of Villanova Catholic School. Michela, Gomes and Carnovale were long-term […]