CA Supreme Court Considers Meal Breaks 19:53, August 1, 2016

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The California Labor Code requires employers to “provide” meal breaks when employees work over five hours. A dispute over the meaning of “provide” is currently being considered by the California Supreme Court. Must an employer ensure employees take their breaks (force them to stop working) or must it simply authorize and permit employees to take […]

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The California legislative season ended last month and Governor Jerry Brown recently finished signing and vetoing a batch of bills. For example, there’ll be new penalties for misclassifying workers as “independent contractors” rather than employees (SB 459). Besides a $5000 to $25,000 fine, violators will also have to post a notice on their website that […]

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In January 2011, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) announced a new rule requiring most private employers to put up a poster. In August, they finalized the rule (see NLRB Wants A Poster and NLRB Gets A Poster). The regulation says the poster must be put up by November 14, 2011. If you’re ready to […]

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