A Dose of Employment Law

This blog*, A Dose of Employment Law, is a resource aimed at educating California employers and employees on unique and important employment laws as well as legal developments. 


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Risky Business: Three Costly Employment Law Myths Among Startup Companies

Startup companies, whether early-stage or more mature, share several common myths about employment laws in California. These myths, if not debunked and corrected, can create potentially crippling consequences for these companies including expensive and time-consuming employee lawsuits, governmental audits resulting in stiff penalties, and failure to pass potential investors’ and/or acquirers’ due diligence processes. Here are three such myths and truth behind them. Myth #1: We can classify all our non-full time workers as independent contractors. In the startup world in particular, there is a belief that a worker is automatically an independent contractor if he/she works part-time, assist

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