Keeping Up With Calif. Abusive Conduct Law

Law360, New York (July 21, 2015, 11:05 AM EDT) -- As the years pass by, there are constant shifts in certain areas of law. Specifically, both small and large businesses should be wary of the ever-evolving changes to employment law. Many forms of more progressive laws are being passed, and one in particular includes the addition of abusive conduct, or bullying, under California sexual harassment law. The amendment calls for the labeling of abusive conduct as the same offense as sexual harassment. The recent change is important for all business to note, and proper knowledge and compliance with this new law should be a priority for both employers and employees....

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