California Employment Law Report

California Employment Law Report

The latest litigation trends, court decisions, & issues on California Employment Law

Tag Archives: reporting time pay

Five things to know about reporting time pay under California law

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, Class Actions, Resources, Wage & Hour Law
California employers cannot forget about detailed employment provisions such as reporting time pay.  This Friday’s Five provide a list of five things California employers should understand about reporting time pay: 1.  What is reporting time pay? California law requires an employer to pay “reporting time pay” under the applicable Wage Order.  This requires that when… Continue Reading

Areas employers should review as part of their yearly audit – part two

Posted in Best Practices For California Employers, California Legislation Update, Employee Handbooks, Expense Reimbursement, Wage & Hour Law
In my last post, I wrote about what steps employers should talk to comply with the new employment laws for 2015. This post discusses more generally what employers should audit on a yearly basis. And with the year coming to a close, now is a great time to review these five items: 1. Expense reimbursement… Continue Reading

Reporting Time Pay – Aleman v. AirTouch

Posted in Class Actions, New Cases, Wage & Hour Law
Employees of AirTouch who worked for the cellular provider filed a putative class action alleging that the AirTouch employees were entitled to additional wages under California’s “reporting time pay” requirements. The plaintiffs alleged that they were owed reporting time pay for days on which they were required to attend store meetings, which lasted only a… Continue Reading
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