As the COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread, San Francisco revised a pandemic-related order to provide clarity about a vaccination mandate for workers in high-risk…
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/Dhoth6SUnbQ/san-francisco-clarifies-vaccination-mandate-for-high-risk-jobs.aspx

In response to a rise in COVID-19 cases, the Los Angeles County Public Health Department issued a revised mask order that went into effect on July 17.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/3yb8A5BXN8U/los-angeles-county-mandates-mask-use-indoors.aspx

Calculating employees’ “regular rate of pay” for overtime purposes can be complicated when they receive different rates of pay in a single pay period.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/Ezrkjzak9h0/calif-employers-not-required-to-calculate-overtime-using-weighted-average.aspx

Businesses in California must provide employees with meal and rest breaks or pay workers a premium equal to an hour of pay. The California Supreme Court recently ruled that the extra pay must be calculated at the employee’s “regular rate of pay,” which is the formula used to determine overtime premiums under the state labor code.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/Ii5UsrQqL0E/california-employers-must-pay-regular-rate-for-missed-break-premiums.aspx

Employers in the Golden State should know how piece-rate pay rules under the California Labor Code differ from federal law.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/xxqXBDk-Nl0/4-tips-for-california-employers-on-piece-rate-pay-.aspx

Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a public order expanding vaccination-related paid leave for workers in the city of Los Angeles. The leave mandate went into effect immediately…
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/BYGxyPKgn6s/los-angeles-requires-vaccine-leave-for-employees-working-in-the-city.aspx

A company owner who was not involved in managerial decisions could not be held personally liable for alleged violations of California’s wage and hour laws, a California appeals court ruled.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/u2xdxcvoZyg/calif-nonmanagerial-owner-not-liable-for-wage-violations.aspx

An employer failed to prove that an employee electronically signed an arbitration agreement, so the worker could not be forced to arbitrate her workplace claims, a California appeals court ruled.
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/aRT85zmoA24/employer-failed-to-show-worker-electronically-signed-arbitration-agreement.aspx

Plaintiffs challenging California’s efforts to require more diverse boards for companies based in the state may have received a boost recently from the 9th U.S. Circuit…
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/gGYves288AE/appeals-court-revives-challenge-to-california-board-diversity-law.aspx

Santa Clara County, Calif., issued a new order phasing out the vaccine-tracking mandate for employers, relieving employers of the administrative burden imposed by the…
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/shrm/california/~3/Mcum1R2gfvQ/santa-clara-county-phases-out-vaccination-tracking-order.aspx