Employer’s Legal Advisor, Inc. a California law firm “Providing Practical Legal Solutions for HR Management”
With a combination of legal and business expertise, we work with employers on a day-to-day basis– answering questions; designing and implementing employment policies and procedures; advising on hiring and termination; training managers on legal compliance and effective decision-making; reviewing organizational structure; and representing employers’ interests before courts and agencies.
Employer’s Legal Advisor, Inc. works with the staff you already have or gives direct assistance when you need it. The firm provides a cost-effective way for you to have your own in-house counsel or HR expert for as little or as much time as you need.
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Spring 2015-1- IMPLEMENTING PAID SICK LEAVE
Download This Issue in .pdf Format July 1, 2015 (the effective date for the Healthy Family Healthy Workplace Act of 2014) is fast approaching and ALL California employers (with very limited exceptions) must be prepared to provide paid sick leave to ALL employees. Prior to the passage of this law … Read More
Spring 2015-2- CAL/OSHA CHANGES TO HEAT ILLNESS REGULATIONS
Download This Issue in .pdf Format The following is a summary of the changes in Cal/OSHA’s Heat Illness Regulations which are effective May 1, 2015. The Cal/OSHA Heat Illness Prevention Standard applies to all outdoor places of employment. Additional high heat procedure requirements are imposed on employers in certain industries. … Read More
Spring 2013-1- New Disability Regulations
Download This Issue in .pdf Format New California Disability Regulations The Fair Employment and Housing Commission (before being dissolved and replaced with the Fair Employment and Housing Council) issued new regulations with regard to disability discrimination. [Employers with 5 or more employees are subject to California disability discrimination law.] Generally … Read More
Spring 2013-2- New Forms
Download This Issue in .pdf Format CALIFORNIA: New Changes – New Forms For employers to properly implement recent statutory and regulatory changes, new forms should be used. I-9 The Department of Homeland Security has issued a new I-9 form. Effective May 7, 2013 employers may no longer use any other … Read More