Employment Laws Simplified. Quick review of Federal and California state employment and labor laws that employers need to comply with as they grow

Business owners should be aware of employment laws they need to comply with as they grow.

To help achieve this goal, we have created two charts containing the most commonly litigated employment and labor laws, listed by the threshold number of employees a business must have to trigger compliance obligations.

These non-exhaustive charts briefly describe both Federal and California state laws. If you have any questions about these laws, or employment-related laws in other states, our Labor & Employment Law team at Rimon P.C. is willing to help.

Click on the thumbnails to open/download the charts.

 Federal Laws                                                  California Laws






To access the complete presentation for Federal and California Employment Law Primer for Small Businesses (CLE), click here


The information contained on these charts may or may not reflect the most current legal developments or laws as applied to all industries. Some industries may be exempted or have to comply with additional federal or state law requirements, and certain employees may be disregarded in figuring a head count. In addition, the threshold numbers listed may be contingent on other factors that could affect applicability, and more than one employer may be aggregated in some circumstances to determine a threshold. Accordingly, information on this website is not promised or guaranteed to be accurate or complete, and should not be considered an indication of future results. Rimon P.C. expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all of the contents on this website. As legal advice must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case, nothing provided herein should be used as a substitute for advice of competent counsel.