- Written by Heidi Turner
The following article was written by Heidi Turner, www.lawyersandsettlements.com
Sacramento, CA: With Governor Jerry Brown signing a new California labor law, the state has now addressed issues about California labor issues in the temp industry. Although temps were already covered by some California labor codes, it was not always clear whether the temp agencies or the companies hiring the agencies were responsible for California labor violations.
- Written by helen braginsky
Please note that the status of the bills may change daily. Governor Brown has until September 30, 2014 to sign or veto legislation in his possession or the legislation becomes law without signature.
SB 25 Agricultural Labor Relations: Dispute Resolution
SUMMARY: Existing law provides that within 60 days of a decision by the Agricultural Labor Relations Board taking effect, a party may file an action to enforce the order, using specified procedures. Existing law provides that during the pendency of any appeal of the board's order, the order may not be stayed unless the appellant demonstrates that he or she is likely to prevail on the merits and that he or she will be irreparably harmed by implementation of the board's order.