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California noncompete-clause ban now has narrow exception

California law is serious about protecting employees within its borders. To that end, Labor Code section 925, which became effective in 2017, explicitly provides that an employer, as a condition of employment, may not force employees who primarily work and reside in California to agree to resolve legal disputes arising out of their employment in California, in courts of a different state. The statute also provides that an employer may not deprive an employee of a "substantive protection" of state law in any dispute arising here.

An introduction to wrongful discharge of California employees

At our law firm, we provide advice to a wide variety of Northern California private and public employers about the employee-employer relationship, including under what circumstances it may be illegal under state or federal law to fire someone. It is wise for employers to have some basic understanding of the laws related to wrongful termination as employer-employee relationships begin and evolve.

Why employers should consider getting rid of probationary periods

Many companies have historically included language in their new hire contracts and employee handbooks about "probationary periods." This time frame usually spans around 90 days and outlines the employee and employer's right to terminate their employment relationship for any reason during the period.

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