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Personnel Policies

Personnel policies support a productive work environment and serve as the first line of defense against employee litigation. Personnel policies are not static but must adapt to changing circumstances and regular legal updates. Our attorneys regularly draft, revise, and update employment policies and manuals in a wide range of industries, from small family-owned businesses to nationwide manufacturers. Cook Brown also offers bilingual, on-site employee and management training.

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Holiday Pay: When Must Employers Pay for Holidays?

As California continues to expand its list of “recognized” holidays with the addition of Genocide Remembrance Day, Juneteenth, and Native American Day, many employers are left asking what rules they must follow regarding holiday pay?

There are many misconceptions about employer obligations regarding holidays and holiday pay. But, an employer’s obligations will depend upon whether they are a private or public employer, have agreed to provide paid holidays, or are a public works contractor.

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