Legal Articles: Thomas Employment Law Advocates

 







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HTML“No Re-Hire” Settlement Provisions are in Question
Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas; Thomas Employment Law Advocates;
Legal Alert/Article
August 13, 2015, previously published on April 17, 2015
When California employers settle lawsuits with employees and former employees they commonly require that the persons suing agree they’ll never apply for work with the employer again and, if they do, the employer can fire them without liability - “no re-hire” provisions. A decision...

 

HTMLEmployers, Heads Up! Expanded Whistleblower Liability
Thomas Employment Law Advocates;
Legal Alert/Article
August 13, 2015, previously published on February 16, 2014
Labor Code section 1102.5 has been expanded and, as of January 1, 2014, employers are at serious, new risk. As a consequence, beginning this year, California employers will more often receive complaints from their employees of supposed violations of the law in an effort to set up employers for...

 

Adobe PDFCalifornia Hoteliers Must Keep Up With Immigration Labor Laws
Nicole Carlino, Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas; Thomas Employment Law Advocates;
Legal Alert/Article
June 24, 2015, previously published by Hotel Business Magazine
It's no secret that immigrant employees make up a significant portion of the workforce in the hospitality industry. But, with ever-changing and expanding policies in this state, Californian hoteliers risk major repercussions if proper guidelines aren't followed.

 

HTMLNew Law Puts California Operators in Labor Bind
Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas; Thomas Employment Law Advocates;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published by Restaurant Hospitality on January 2015
Effective January 1, 2015, restaurants, bars, hotels and other businesses that bring in workers through other companies - such as outside valet parking, security, landscape maintenance and temp companies - will be liable to the workers whenever their actual employer (the valet parking company, for...

 

HTMLNew California Law Makes `Client Employers¿ Jointly Liable for Wage Violations Even Though Workers Employed by Other Company
Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas, Ed Silverstein; Thomas Employment Law Advocates, APC;
Legal Alert/Article
February 17, 2015, previously published by InsideCounsel
Many California businesses, such as hotels or office buildings, may find as of this month that they are now liable for certain damages and penalties on wage-related issues for outside workers, even though the personnel are employed by another company but are assigned to tasks at the hotel or office...

 

HTMLEmployers, Heads Up! Expanded Whistleblower Liability
Jeffrey S. Horton Thomas; Thomas Employment Law Advocates;
Legal Alert/Article
February 19, 2014, previously published on January 2014
Labor Code section 1102.5 has been expanded and, as of January 1, 2014, employers are at serious, new risk. As a consequence, beginning this year, California employers will more often receive complaints from their employees of supposed violations of the law in an effort to set up employers for...