Articles & Publications
“Ninth Circuit Provides Important Guidance for Employers on When Attendance Constitutes an Essential Function of the Job”
"Employers Beware: A 100% WC Permanent Disability Rating Does Not Mean an Employee Cannot Work."
"Who is Liable for Injuries Sustained by an Independent Contractor's Employee as a Result of a Lapse in Workplace Safety Requirements—The ‘Hirer' or the Independent Contractor."
"California Appellate Court Addresses a Key Question Linked to Both Immigration and Employment Law: May an Undocumented Worker Pursue a Discrimination Claim Based on a Refusal to Hire/Rehire."
"Employers Be Ready: A Number of New Employment-Related Laws Will Take Effect on January 1, 2012."
"The U.S. Department of Labor and the State of California Join Force to Crack Down on Employers: Avoid the Pitfalls of Employee Misclassification."
The popular Lexis Nexis publication, "Labor and Employment in California: A Guide to Employment Laws, Regulations and Practices, Second Edition", which has been in publication since 1992, covers an array of employment related topics including discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, FEHA/ADA, FMLA/CFRA, wage and hour, COBRA, and privacy in the workplace. Click Here to view the guide.
Floyd, Skeren & Kelly's Employment Law Department represents employers in a variety of employment related matters by providing
practical advice, preventative counseling, compliance training and litigation defense on issues including:
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Employee Benefits
- Fair Employment and Housing Act
- Family and Medical Leave Act
- Handbook Development
- Interactive Process Training
- Sexual Harassment/AB 1825 Training
- Social Media
- Title VII
- Unemployment Insurance
- Wage and Hour
- Workers' Compensation
Our website offers daily news releases and other information on the significant areas of California employment law regarding the above subjects, in addition to a FAQ section and helpful links/resources.