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    Posted: October 9, 2015 | Posted by CBPA | No Comments

    AB 465 (Hernández, Roger D) Contracts against public policy.

    Would prohibit any person from requiring another person, as a condition of employment, to agree to the waiver of any legal right, penalty, forum, or procedure for any employment law violations. The bill would prohibit a person from threatening, retaliating against, or discriminating against another person based on a refusal to agree to such waiver, and would provide that any such waiver required from an employee or potential employee as a condition of employment or continued employment is unconscionable, against public policy, and unenforceable.

    Status: On Governor’s Desk

    Position: OPPOSE

    AB 1506 (Hernández, Roger D) Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.

    Would provide an employer with the right to cure a violation of the requirement that an employer provide its employees with the inclusive dates of the pay period and the name and address of the legal entity that is the employer before an employee may bring a civil action under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004. The bill would provide that a violation of that requirement shall only be considered cured upon a showing that the employer has provided a fully compliant, itemized wage statement to each aggrieved employee, as specified.

    Status: SIGNED INTO LAW

    Position: SUPPORT



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