Legal Update: Breaking Down the CA Supreme Court “Suitable Seats” Ruling 21:18, June 24, 2016

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Date: April 2016

On April 4, 2016, the California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited interpretation of the California law requiring “suitable seats” for most employees. The “suitable seats” regulation has been in the California Wage Orders since at least 1980 (and can be traced back to a 1911 regulation requiring the mercantile industry to “provide suitable seats for […]

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The CDC has confirmed that Zika can cause “microcephaly and other birth defects” in pregnant women infected with the virus. News stories have reported the spread of Zika to the South Pacific, Vietnam, and also to the US—where 346 cases of the Zika virus have been reported as of the time of this posting. The CDC has issued travel notices for people […]

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The “Quiet Revolution” Discrimination appears to rear its ugly head on almost a daily basis in the American workplace. Whether it’s age, ethnicity, religion, gender—the list goes on—workplace discrimination is not a black-and-white concept and can arise in even the most unexpected circumstances. And though we’ve come so far as the decades go on, we still have quite […]

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