Labor and Employment

California Legislature Requires Public Employers to Provide Union Access to New Employees

August 3, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127410.1

Governor Brown signed a budget trailer bill, AB 119, on June 27, 2017, which stated, among its many provisions, that “the ability of an exclusive representative to communicate with the public employees it represents is necessary to ensure the effectiveness of state labor relations statutes, and the exclusive representative cannot properly discharge its legal obligations unless it is able to meaningfully communicate through cost-effective and efficient means with the public employees on whose behalf it acts.” (Gov.

Fair Labor Standards Act Boot Camp

Event Information


Thursday, December 7


Portola Hotel & Spa, Monterey



Breakfast Briefing: Leaves & Accommodations for Employers

Event Information


Tuesday, August 1

8:00 - 8:30 am Registration

8:30 - 9:30 am Program


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. Leaves of absence and disability accommodations in California can be very challenging for employers. California has numerous leave laws and wage replacement benefits that interact with one another.


California Supreme Court Clarifies When a Day of Rest is Required

May 23, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127405.1

Mendoza v. Nordstrom, Inc., Supreme Court Case No. S224611

Supreme Court Narrows Scope of Anti-SLAPP Motions

May 5, 2017 | Bulletin No. 127404.1

Park v. Board of Trustees of the California State University, California Supreme Court Case No. S229728.

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


Wednesday, March 8


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


Tuesday, March 14


University of Phoenix, Sacramento



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

Event Information


Wednesday, March 1


The Building and Trades Council 

1231 I Street, Suite 303, Sacramento, CA



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