Posts Tagged: employment matters

Paid Sick Leave to be Required by Law

October 16, 2014 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Employment Matters, News, Nonprofits

Does your organization provide paid sick leave to its employees? If it doesn’t now, it soon will have to. Effective July 1, 2015, California employers will be required to provide sick leave to most employees. Our friend Nicole Kamm from the law firm Lewitt, Hackman, Shapiro, Marshall & Harlan fills us in on what the …


Free May Workshop: A Parenting Class for Employment Issues

May 13, 2014 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Employment Matters, Nonprofits

Ever feel like your employees are acting more like your children? The Landegger Baron Law Group is here to help. During the law firm’s free workshops on May 23, 2014 at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City and on May 30, 2014 at the Camarillo Courtyard by Marriott, the presenters will tackle: Issues during the …


Expanded Whistleblower Liability

We hope that you are still following your nonprofit’s New Year’s resolution to follow the new employment laws. Unfortunately, we aren’t here to just pat you on the back for doing so. Instead, here is another area of expanded employment liability for nonprofits shared with us by Thomas Employment Law Advocates. As of January 1, …


Resolve to Follow the Employment Laws

December 31, 2013 Posted by Jessica Shofler in Employment Matters, News

In addition to your resolution to exercise more, you should make it your goal this year to ensure that your nonprofit is in compliance with the ever-changing California employment laws. To help you get started, here is a short summary of changes to current employment laws and the new employment laws applicable to employers (including …


Affordable Care Act Notice Requirement

There is no doubt that your organization has heard a lot about the Affordable Care Act in the last few months. But did you know that the Act requires California employers to notify all employees about the existence of Covered California (California’s new insurance marketplace) and the ability for employees to purchase health insurance through …


Can we be Facebook Friends?

You’d better think twice before asking that question of an employee if you’re a California employer, manager, or board member. Using social media avenues to connect with your nonprofit’s employees may seem like a good idea, but it can open up a Pandora’s Box of troubles for you and for the organization. For one, it’s …