Four New Employment Laws For 2020 & Why They Matter

Kelly B. Hanker, trial lawyer at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, recently wrote an article titled “Four New Employment Laws for 2020 & Why They Matter” which was featured in The Advocate magazine.

The article focuses on new laws in the new year which will impact employees and employers in California.  The article focuses on the SHARE act, Harassment prevention training, settlement agreements and “no rehire” provisions, and amending the definition of race under FEHA.

To learn more about these new laws and how they may impact you as an employee or employer, click here to download the full article.

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