Staffing and employment in the state of California is complex due to the unique regulatory landscape in this state. (To say the least.) Out of all 50 states, California has the most nuanced and aggressive employment compliance laws and regulations. And it would not be a stretch to say that the state also has the most aggressive compliance enforcement, both by public agencies and private litigants, in the country.
With so many industries and business opportunities in the state, this often becomes a big hurdle for any employer. Because staffing in California presents so many risks, we’ve put together this guide to help.
In this guide, we’ll cover a few key compliance laws you need to know as well as things to consider when staffing in the state of California. While this is not meant to be comprehensive of every employment law in the state, it will give a good overview of some of the big things to watch out for.
A quick note
It should also be noted that compliance regulations in California change rapidly and often. This guide is up to date with the information available at the date of publication, but regulations may have already changed. Use this guide as a starting point and make sure you are checking with legal counsel on whether or not the law remained the same or if it applies to your business.
So, with no further ado, let’s dive in.
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