As an employer in California, it is important to be aware of the state’s vacation policies that are unique to California. Below are some regulations in California that employers need to be aware of to remain compliant with California law. This Friday’s Five is a reminder of five issues on vacation policies that can create
In this Friday’s Five I discuss:
- new case decision on vacation pay and policies (Minnick v. Automotive Creations)
- PAGA decision allowing contact information for other employees (Williams v. Superior Court),
- new Form I-9 released and employers must start using by September 17, 2017 (download here)
- new Notice of Rights for Victims of Domestic
This Friday’s Five discusses five reminders about vacation time under California law.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! I have been enjoying the excellent skiing in the Eastern Sierras (California’s snow pack is looking great this year). So this week’s Friday’s Five article is a bit shorter, but I wanted to address five issues that the holidays create in regards to wage and hour issues in California: