Not the best news for employers.
Independent contractors, meal periods, and PAGA.
In an opinion issued on March 12, 2020, the California Supreme Court held that settling individual Labor Code claims does not strip an employee of standing to pursue civil penalties for the same violations under the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), reversing a win for the employer. Kim v. Reins Int’l California, S246911 (Cal. Mar. 12, 2020).
Plaintiff Justin Kim was a training ...
California wage-hour law is tougher on employers than federal law.
Review your arbitration programs now, and consider making changes by year-end.
Are you ready for these new laws that take effect January 1?
If you thought employers were overburdened with wage penalties in California, you were wrong.
The scope of Dynamex is still unknown.
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