Wage and hour disputes are on the rise in California, where the laws tend to favor the employee over the employer. One of the first things that plaintiff’s counsel will ask for in a lawsuit is a copy of the company’s Employee Handbook, so it is essential that a company have a tailored, up-to-date Handbook that outlines the company’s policies, along with the relevant California leave laws.
Employee Handbooks should be updated annually, and the signature pages must be kept in the employee’s personnel files as evidence that the employee reviewed the document.
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