Labor and Employment

Employees Paid On Commission Must Be Compensated Separately for Rest Breaks

March 15, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127402.1

Employees paid on a commission basis must now be separately compensated for legally required rest periods. California employers should pay close attention to this new rule coming from the Court of Appeal in Vaquero v. Stoneledge Furniture LLC, No. B269657, 2017 WL 770635, (Cal. Ct. App. Feb. 28, 2017). Employers who pay commissions should examine their agreements and make any alterations necessary to bring their agreements in line with the Court’s holding. 
 

Gender Identity and Gender Expression Issues in the Workplace

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Wednesday, March 8

Location:

Brookside Golf and Country Club, Stockton

 

Organized By:

San Joaquin Society for Human Resource Management

Program Overview:

Kronick Shareholder David Tyra will discuss federal and state non-discrimination laws and address specific and emerging topics related to gender identity and gender expression in the workplace.

 
 

Drug Free Workplaces and the Impact of Proposition 64

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Tuesday, March 14

Location:

University of Phoenix, Sacramento

 

 
 

Don’t Fear the Reefer: Managing Employees In the Wake of Proposition 64

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Wednesday, March 1

Location:

The Building and Trades Council 

1231 I Street, Suite 303, Sacramento, CA

 

 

 
 

AUMA: Workplace Implications

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Tuesday, March 21

8:00 - 8:30 am Registration

8:30 - 9:30 am Program

Location:

Kronick - Sacramento Office

400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor

Sacramento, CA 95814

 

Kronick's Labor & Employment group is pleased to host quarterly breakfast briefings that focus on key topics essential for employers, management, and HR professionals. Proposition 64: Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA)'s legalization of recreational marijuana will impact a vast range of planning and operational issues faced by private and public entities throughout California.

 
 

Bobbing & Weaving Through the CA Employment Law Maze

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Friday, February 3

Location:

Hyatt Place Roseville

 

Organized By:

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Program Overview:

Kronick Shareholder Chris Onstott will present at the Roseville Chamber's February 3rd event. He will discuss common dilemmas CA employers face in their attempts to manage their workforce and use cases from real employers. Topics covered will include:

 
 

Federal Judge In Texas Issues Nationwide Injunction Blocking Implementation of New Regulations for “White Collar” Exemptions Under Fair Labor Standards Act

November 22, 2016 | Bulletin No. 1274006.1

On November 22, 2016, a federal district judge in Texas issued a nationwide injunction enjoining implementation of the Department of Labor’s new regulations raising the minimum compensation that must be paid employees in order for them to be exempt from overtime pay under the executive, administrative, and professional exemptions contained in the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Currently, in order for the so-called “white collar” exemptions to apply, an employee must be paid a minimum annual salary of $23,660.

Human Resources Law From A to Z

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Tuesday, November 1

Location:

Sacramento, CA

 

Organized By:

National Business Institute

Program Overview:

Kronick shareholder Chris Onstott will discuss workplace privacy and employee monitoring.

Registration:

 
 

Breakfast Briefing: An Employer’s Guide to New Laws Impacting the Workplace in 2017 and Beyond

 
 
Event Information

Date:

Tuesday, January 10

8:00 - 8:30 am Registration

8:30 - 9:30 am Program

Location:

Kronick - Sacramento Office

400 Capitol Mall, 27th Floor

Sacramento, CA 95814

 

Kronick's Labor & Employment group is pleased to host quarterly breakfast briefings that focus on key topics essential for employers, management, and HR professionals. Chris Onstott will provide an overview of new laws impacting the workplace that were enacted by the California Legislature in 2016 (see summary here). The areas covered include:

 
 

An Employer’s Guide to New Laws Impacting the Workplace in 2017 and Beyond

2016 Legislative Developments

October 19, 2016 | Bulletin No. 1274005.1

A number of new laws impacting the workplace were enacted by the California Legislature in 2016. Kronick has prepared a summary of these new laws. The areas covered include: Minimum Wage Laws, Other Wage/Hour Legislation, Labor Relations, Immigration-Related Practices, Employment, Discrimination, Benefits, Workplace Safety, Facilities, Employee Leaves, and Recordkeeping.

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