California Employee Handbook Updates for April 1st 2016

We recently updated our California employee handbook to reflect the new regulations against harassment from California’s Fair Employment and Housing Council that went into effect April 1st, 2016. These attorney updates are still being delivered to you free of charge.

These updates apply to any California employee handbook purchased before April 16th, 2016.




California’s $2,500 Internet Traffic Ticket 

You should also be aware of the California law that affects businesses or individuals who operate a website.

California law A.B. 370 requires any company that runs an online website or blog to disclose in their privacy policy how they respond to a web browser “do not track” signals. This law also applies to companies who sell or distribute mobile apps.

What if I don’t comply with the new California law?

However unlikely it may be; the California Attorney General can take legal action against you if you do not comply within 30 days. Fines for not complying with the new law A.B. 370 are $2,500 per incident.

If you have not done so, you can buy our updated privacy policy for your website or blog to comply with the new laws. Here is a discount code to give you a 20% discount off the website privacy policy or website terms and conditions.

Our website privacy policy was drafted by a licensed attorney and certified privacy professional to comply with the California law as well as other Internet regulations and disclosures.

Use this discount code – DT20 for a 20% discount.