A bill that denies employers the basic choice of whom to hire has passed the Legislature and is on its way to the Governor’s desk.  This bill is very similar to AB 350, a bill that the commercial real estate industry spent a significant amount of time and effort to defeat five years ago.

AB 359 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego) inappropriately alters the employment relationship by requiring any successor grocery employer to retain employees of the former grocery employer for 90 days and continue to offer continued employment unless the employees’ performance during the 90-day period was unsatisfactory.

Click here to contact the Governor to ask that he veto AB 359.



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