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Employment Law Updates
Salary History Ban
California employers cannot ask job applications for their prior salary to determine compensation for the position being offered. Learn More »
“Ban the Box” Statute
California prohibits most employers from asking job applicants for criminal history information prior to extending the job offer. Learn More »
Parental Leave Rights Expanded
California employers with 20-49 employees must now provide parental leave, as currently required for employers with 50+ employees under FMLA/CFRA. Learn More »