The Los Angeles Times is reporting that a panel of city lawmakers approved a draft of the ordinance that would raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15 per hour by 2020, moving the ordinance one step closer to passage. There was a backlash this week against the labor unions that were pushing hard
Happy Holidays! With the holidays upon us, it is a good time for employers to review their holiday schedule and these five reminders about holidays and holiday pay under California law.
1. California employers are not required to provide employees time off for holidays.
There is no requirement that California employers provide time off (except …
I recently conducted a webinar on new developments involving meal and rest breaks, expense reimbursement, paid time off pitfalls, and other wage and hour issues California employers should be aware of. It is approximately 30 minutes. Click here to download, or click here to listen via iTunes.