Cal. Supreme Court to Decide How to Calculate Meal and Rest Period Penalty

Back in October 2019, the Court of Appeal decided that a meal or rest period penalty is calculated as one hour of pay, at the employee’s base rate of pay (exclusive of the value of bonuses, commissions, etc.). Remember?  Here’s our original post about...

A Few Quick Employment Law Updates (Moderately California-Related)

Here are quick summaries of some recent employment law developments that may be of interest to California employers. OK, the first one will be of some interest. The second two are kind of boring.  Meal Period Penalties / Premiums and PAGA –  The Court of Appeal...

A Pot Pourri of Recent California Employment Law Developments

Here are several developments around the California employment law world…No particular order.  California revises its statute precluding employers from asking applicants about salary history.  AB 2282, text here This new law clarifies Labor Code section 432.3...
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