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California Employment Laws, 2018 ed. (California Desktop Codes)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2018
ISBN: 9780314694324
Service #: 16373437
Sub #: 16373436
Publication frequency: Varies
Update method: Varies

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The single volume California Employment Laws contains as many laws as five annotated volumes. Information includes:

  • All of both the California Labor Code and Unemployment Insurance Code
  • Provisions from the California Constitution
  • Selected court rules and state and municipal regulations
  • A two-page list of federal labor and employment laws
The book also contains selected provisions from 13 California codes, including:
  • The Business and Professions Code
  • The Civil Code
  • The Family Code
  • The Government Code (including the Fair Employment and Housing Act)
  • The Health and Safety Code
  • The Insurance Code
  • The Revenue and Taxation Code
  • The Welfare and Institutions Code
Editorial features include:
  • Notes that provide additional guidance in the application of particular sections
  • A table of affected sections that identifies the sections modified by the previous year's legislation
  • Underlining that indicates additions or changes in statutes affected by the previous year's legislation and asterisks that indicate deletions
  • An appendix of federal labor and employment laws that identifies federal laws affecting the employment relationship