A Dose of Employment Law

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High Cost Violations: The 4 P’s of California’s Wage and Hour Laws – Penalties, Plaintiff’s Attorne

California’s wage and hour laws are among the broadest and strictest in the nation. They enumerate the specific rules related to payment of wages, minimum wage, commissions, overtime pay, rest breaks, meal periods, business related expenses, itemized wage statements and numerous other areas of employee compensation. The laws also specify what damages employees could recover if they prove violations. While damages in the form of unpaid wages can be costly for employers, these days employers must also be concerned about how the 4 Ps - Penalties, Plaintiff’s Attorney’s Fees, Personal Liability and PAGA – significantly increases their liability exposure. Penalties In addition to recovering unp

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