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The Legislature is Out for Summer: Status of Pending Employment-Related Bills

July 7 2014

By Shauna N. Correia

The California legislature has a number of important bills pending passage that would significantly affect employers. We are following these bills closely so that employers can be prepared for what 2015 may bring. Click here for a look at the status of the bills of interest to California private-sector employers as the legislature begins its summer recess on July 3.