Employers, it’s time to pull out the drafting pen and make an important change to your job application forms. Almost all job applications ask for basic information, including the applicant’s education and job history.  Under job history, application forms usually seek the names of prior employers, positions held, dates of employment, and salary history. But

California Labor Code § 925 went into effect on January 1, 2017, limiting an employer’s ability to require employees who “primarily reside and work in California” to enter into employment agreements that include out-of-state choice of law and/or forum selection clause.  The section effects employment contracts entered into on or after January 1, 2017.  This