Employment Law News and Insights

New California Law Provides Employee Leave For Reproductive Loss

Published: May 22, 2024
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On October 10, 2023, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law SB 848, requiring covered employers to provide qualified employees with up to five days of protected leave after a "reproductive loss event." Existing California law protects an employee's right to bereavement leave following the death of a family member....

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New Guidance On Rules For Long-Term, Part-Time Employees In 401(K) Plans

Published: May 20, 2024
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The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS have proposed regulatory rules for long-term, part-time employees' 401(k) plan eligibility for plan years beginning on and after Jan. 1, 2024 A long-term, part-time employee is an employee who is eligible to make elective deferral contributions to an employer's 401(k) plan when meeting...

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Employment Law Trends Every Employer Should Be Aware Of For 2024

Published: May 18, 2024
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As 2023 winds down and a new year is just over the horizon, employers are wondering what HR and employment law issues are around the corner. For the new year, the biggest employment law trends include more employers bringing workers back to the office, an emphasis on workplace culture, and...

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