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2014 California Employer Update Kit

A comprehensive resource for complying for new 2014 state laws

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Guide and Posters and Handouts CA14-KIT $69.95
   
   

Employers in the state of California must comply with over 20 new employment law updates taking effect in 2014, including eight significant new laws effective January 1st, 2014. These new laws impose specific mandates and prohibitions on employers relating to discrimination against military veterans, immigration-related retaliation, paid family leave, and the rights of crime victims in the workplace.

♦ Amendments to the Fair Employment & Housing Act (AB 556 and SB 292): AB 556 expands state law to prohibit employment discrimination against employees who are active or inactive military service members or veterans of the military. SB 292 eliminates “sexual desire” as required component of a harassment claim. Both laws are effective January 1st, 2014. Non-compliance can result in prosecution by the plaintiff and/or the Department of Fair Employment & Housing.

♦ Immigration-Related Retaliation (AB 263, SB 666, SB 496, AB 524): Effective January 1st, 2014, these laws expand protections for undocumented workers who complain about wages, hours, or working conditions. Employers who threaten to report an illegal worker to the government in response to a complaint about the workplace can be prosecuted for extortion. Penalties for non-compliance may include criminal prosecution, criminal penalties, loss of business license, and/or fines up to $10,000 per violation.

♦ Victims’ Rights in the Workplace: (SB 288 and SB 400): Effective January 1st, 2014, victims of certain crimes (including violent crimes, domestic violence, or stalking) are entitled to reasonable accommodations in the workplace and job-protected time off to attend court proceedings. A violation of these laws is a misdemeanor offense under California regulations.

♦ Paid Family Leave Expansion (SB 770): Modifies California’s paid family leave law to allow employees to take paid family leave to care for grandparents, grandchildren, siblings, and/or parents-in-law, effective July 1st, 2014. Non-compliance can result in a lien assessed on the employer for compensation owed to the employee who was denied leave.

♦ Other New 2014 Laws: Governor Brown also signed laws pertaining to criminal background checks, workers’ compensation, unemployment, ACA implementation in California, and a new 2014 state minimum wage increase.

To help employers ensure their compliance, Personnel Concepts has introduced a comprehensive 2014 California Employer Update Kit. This exclusive compliance solution includes a guidebook featuring recommendations from two attorneys, three sets of documentation forms to ensure your compliance, and two 11” x 17” posters addressing notification requirements. This easy-to-use solution can help you understand and comply with these critical law changes, protecting your business from costly fines and lawsuits.

Who Needs It

All employers in the state of California are subject to over 20 new employment laws taking effect in 2014, including eight significant new laws that require employers to update their policies, procedures, and documentation practices.

Benefits

Avoid Fines and Lawsuits
Violations of these new laws can result in fines and/or lawsuits. Our exclusive update kit is designed to help employers understand the new requirements, and includes posters and documentation forms to demonstrate compliance in the event of an audit, inspection, or lawsuit. Our 2014 California Employer Update guide also includes legal briefs from three attorneys with specific tips for covered employers.

Save Time and Money

Researching the new requirements yourself and creating required documentation forms can be a time consuming process, and our compliance solution will save you hours of valuable time. Additionally, contracting with an attorney to manage your compliance efforts can cost you up to $300 per hour. Our solution can be effectively implemented into your employment practices in less than an hour.

Specifications

Our 2014 California Employer Update Kit includes the following tools and information:

  • A comprehensive 2014 California Employer Update Guide, which features legal briefs from three attorneys and plain language information about all of the new requirements effective 1/1/2014. This exclusive guide addresses over 20 new law changes, with expanded information on eight new laws that require specific employer action.
  • A pad of 25 FEHA Amendment Training Handouts to notify employees and managers about changes to discrimination laws regarding military veterans and sexual harassment.
  • A pad of 25 PFL Expansion Acknowledgment Forms to notify employees in writing about the expanded definition of “family member” under the state’s Paid Family Leave law.
  • An 11”-x-17” Unfair Immigration-Related Practices Poster to notify employees of new retaliation protections for immigrant workers.
  • An 11”-x-17” Victims’ Rights in the Workplace Poster to notify employees about the provisions of SB 288 and SB 400.

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