Cases & News

Visit Blog >

Subscribe to HRCalifornia Extra

This biweekly e-newsletter reports on the latest labor laws, and how they could affect your company. Subscribe >


Didn't Actually Blow the Whistle? Doesn't Matter
February 19, 2015
California offers broad protections to whistleblowers. But one tidbit employers may not know is that California law extends protections to employees who are fired because the employer “perceived” that the employee was a whistleblower, even if the employee never actually blew the whistle.

Reasonable Accommodation — It Helps to Listen
February 19, 2015
When an employee with a known disability or medical condition requests a reasonable accommodation for his/her disability, California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) requires employers to engage in a good-faith interactive process to determine effective reasonable accommodations for the employee, unless the employer can demonstrate that the accommodation would impose an undue hardship.

Previous Issues >


HR Training & Events

Our expert-hosted training and informational webinars and seminars:

All Upcoming Live Webinars & Seminars
​Various Dates and Times

White Papers

HRCalifornia white papers break down employment law topics and trends to make the information easier to understand.

Alert E-Newsletter

CalChamber's weekly e-Newsletter, Alert, keeps you up-to-date on proposed laws that could have an impact on California employers.

​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​