Bianca Saad

Bianca Saad
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Bianca N. Saad joined the CalChamber in April 2018 as an employment law subject matter expert. She oversees CalChamber coverage of the ever-expanding area of labor-related local ordinances and serves as a co-presenter for CalChamber compliance seminars and webinars. Saad brings to the CalChamber legal affairs team the perspective of an employee representative, coming from nearly eight years in private practice as an employment law and litigation attorney. She graduated with honors from the University of Miami with a B.B.A. in business management. She earned her J.D. from California Western School of Law. See full bio.

Wage and Hour Considerations for Remote Workers

How do an employer’s pay obligations differ when an hourly/nonexempt employee is working remotely from home? It’s important to keep in mind that when having...
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California Cities’ and Counties’ ‘Shelter in Place’ Orders Evolve

As previously reported, in March, several California counties issued “shelter in place” orders as an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as...

Sign Up Now: Upcoming Webinar to Address Local Ordinances, Requirements

On Thursday, California Chamber of Commerce top employment law experts will be providing information on local ordinances and what businesses need to do to...

Harassment Training Deadline Extended, Clarified

Some California employers now have until January 1, 2021 to train employees on sexual harassment prevention—a one-year extension of the original January 1, 2020...

Daly City Increases Minimum Wage Starting February 13

On January 14, 2019, Daly City’s City Council voted unanimously to increase the local minimum wage to $12 per hour, effective February 13, 2019, joining an ever-growing...

Fremont City Council Adopts New Minimum Wage Ordinance

The City of Fremont is the latest city to adopt a local minimum wage ordinance. On January 15, 2019, the Fremont City Council voted...

HR Boot Camp Seminars for 2019 Start Next Month

Are there any exceptions to California’s meal and rest break rules? How does the New Parent Leave Act interact with the federal Family and...

Independent Contractors’ ‘ABC Test’ Limited to Claims Arising Under a Wage Order

California Chamber of Commerce employment experts have previously written about the California Supreme Court’s rather groundbreaking decision about which test should be applied when...

Remember California Has Own Joint-Employer Standard

It’s important for employers to keep in mind that California has its own set of rules when it comes to joint-employer liability. A recent top...

NLRB Proposes Rule to Change Joint-Employer Standard

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has made good on its promise to revisit the standard for determining joint-employer status under the National Labor Relations Act...

California Supreme Court Hits Employers in Starbucks Off-the-Clock Work Case

In recent years, employers have faced lawsuits over small, or “de minimis,” amounts of unpaid time spent either before or after the employee clocks...