Labor & Employment Law Compliance
Federal and California Labor and Employment Laws are constantly subject to change and greater regulation of employers.
Mr. Wilson uses his experience assisting clients to maintain compliance with labor and employment law obligations by:
- Reviewing, drafting, and updating employment and HR policy handbooks and procedures to avoid problems before they arise;
- Seminars and training for supervisors and human resource representatives as to all issues in the cycle of employment from hiring to separation, including sexual harassment training; and
- Assisting clients in properly preparing for and responding to employment law audits by administrative agencies while providing legal representation if necessary.
California Assembly Bill 5 or AB5
California's new independent contractor law, California Assembly Bill 5 or AB5 (which falls under Section 2750.3 of the California Labor Code), went into effect on January 1, 2020. AB5 redefines the standard for determining whether workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors. Mr. Wilson advises employers in all aspects of employment relationships, including how to properly classify workers through the new AB5 framework. Contact attorney Scott A. Wilson today to learn how AB5 may affect your business.