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2019: A Year to Forget for California Employers

by Bryan Hawkins
From the California Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Dynamex to the passage of dozens of new employment laws, 2019 was an important year for California employers.  While some of these new laws were discussed here, this blog discusses some additional laws (there...

In 2020, Resolve to Learn About the National Labor Relations Act

by Jesse R. Dill
Some employers may think the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is a law that does not apply to them because their employees are not represented by unions. However, the NLRA’s coverage is much broader than just union relationships. Below are 10 reasons to resolve to...

Shining a Light on Key Issues as we Leap into 2020

by Daniel L. Thieme
The start of a new year always brings a fresh batch of employment concerns. While some workplace issues are evergreen, 2020 will present some unique challenges for employers. This Littler Lightbulb highlights some significant issues employers should keep in mind for...

This week in employment law: Island of the Misfits

2019 ends with a bang. Even apart from that big political event that begins with the “I” word, and those two major holidays that are imminent, there have been some very weird employment-related news items this week. Have you been paying attention? Take our...

NLRB Final Election Rule Signals More Balanced and Efficient Elections Ahead

by Jason R. Stanevich & Marie Duarte
On December 13, 2019, the National Labor Relations Board (“Board”) issued a new Final Rule amending its procedures for union elections and scaling back the Obama–era “quickie election” rules. To be clear, the Final Rule does not completely rescind the 2014 amendments...