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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Three Recent State Supreme Court Decisions that Every California Employer Needs to Know About

July 30, 2018 In just the past five months, the California Supreme Court has issued three rulings that significantly impact the legal landscape for California employers. These decisions impact payment for “working off the clock”, classification of workers as independent contractors, and calculating overtime when paid bonuses. Below is a summary of these three rulings as well as tips for employers. Employers must Pay Employees for Every Minute they Perform Work Just last week, the California Supreme Court ruled in Troester v. Starbucks, No. S234969 (July 26, 2018) that California employers must pay their non-exempt employees for all time spent – even if it’s a few minutes – performing work-r

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