A: All private sector employers are covered, with some exceptions. Termination is not required for an employee: directly from the state or political subdivision, including a city, county, city, and special county or district; an employee who is exempt from paying overtime wages under the Act or the Industrial Welfare Board Wage Orders; or for an employee who is covered by a valid collective agreement if he or she meets certain conditions. It is important to note that charter schools, private schools, and non-profit businesses are covered as they are not public institutions. Subject to the above exceptions, effective January 1, 2012, employers are required to provide each employee with written notice “at the time of hiring.” The termination obligation should inform staff of basic information material about their employment relationship and ensure that employees receive up-to-date employment information by informing of changes to that information; It would therefore be a proven method for employers to make dismissal available not only to new employees, but also to current employees. .
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