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California Employers Beware: California Supreme Court’s New Meaning of “Disclose” in Labor Code 1102.5(b) Whistleblowing Claims
On May 22, 2023, the California Supreme Court decided People ex rel. Garcia Brower v. Kolla’s, Inc. (SC S269456 5/22/23). The question presented was whether a report of unlawful activities made to an employer or agency that already knew about the violation is a protected “disclosure” within the meaning of California Labor Code section 1102.5(b). The Court held that it was. …
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In December 2022, Tressler’s Employment Blog explored the implications of a Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) rule requiring rest breaks for flight attendants. The new rule increased the minimum rest period from nine consecutive hours to 10 consecutive hours for crews with scheduled duty of 14 hours or less. The new rules also eliminated the provision which allowed crews to take reduced …
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Tressler attorney Bicvan Brown has been elected President of the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Southern California (VABASC). Bicvan is a partner in Tressler’s Orange County, California office, Chair of the firm’s national Labor and Employment Practice Group and Chair of our national Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee. Congratulations, Bicvan! “Thank you to the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Southern California’s Board of Directors …
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As of January 1, 2023, employers with 15 or more employees must include the pay scale, which is the salary or hourly wage range that the employer reasonably expects to pay for the position, in job postings. All employers must provide the pay scale to current employees who request the information for their position. Employees who become aware of a pay …
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