1, 2015 California started mandating training in Abusive Conduct for supervisors (in employers with 50 or more workers).
WBI and its national network of volunteer State Coordinators has been lobbying for the complete HWB since 2001.
And time devoted to abusive conduct training should be “meaningful.” Still vague.
Read the amended, clarifying regulation for yourself.
It's now expected to be approved by the state assembly.“This plan raises the minimum wage in a careful and responsible way and provides some flexibility if economic and budgetary conditions change,” Brown said.
The governor can temporarily suspend the hikes in the event of poor economic conditions or a large budget deficit.
The bad news: the regulation lifts of our HWB definition of abusive conduct but omits the critical element describing that personal health harm can be manifested.The increase will boost the wages of about 6.5 million California residents, or 43% of the state’s workforce, who earn less than , according to worker group Fight for .The proposal had been headed to a statewide referendum.Thankfully, there’s at least one government in the world that aims to change this.This week, France became the first country in the world to pass legislation designed to curb the practice of planned obsolescence. Rather than issuing broad laws mandating that certain products last for X years, the newly issued decree simply requires that manufacturers and vendors be more up-front about product lifespans.
The section below shows the intended clarification regarding the content of the Abusive Conduct related to Government Code section 12950.1(g)(2).