On December 12, 2017, Lara Shortz and Diyari Vazquez’s article, “California employment laws to look for in 2018,” was published in Hotel News Now.
From the article . . .
Year after year, California is among the most visited places in the world. The Golden State is a mecca for tourism and a hospitality hub, with travel spending exceeding $122 billion in the 2016 calendar year—reason enough to track changes in employment law that will impact hoteliers doing business there.
Indeed, there are several new workplace requirements and restrictions that become effective in California on 1 January 2018. For hotel and resort owners and operators that double as California employers, here is a brief overview.