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California Court of Appeal Holds Employee’s Agreement to Reimburse Training Costs in Event of Resignation Does Not Offend Public Policy

A California court recently upheld an employer’s right to condition free training on continued employmentin the matter of USS-POSCO Industries v. Case, No. A140457 (Jan. 26, 2016).

California Appellate Court Holds Failing to Reimburse Expenses May Be Cause for Constructive Discharge

Vasquez v. Franklin Management Real Estate Fund, Inc., No. B245735 (December 31, 2013): A California Court of Appeal recently held that an employee may proceed with his claim that his employer constructively discharged him in violation of public policy by allegedly failing to reimburse work-related expenses.