Tag: California Labor Code

July 21, 2023
On Monday, July 10, 2023, a California federal judge certified a statewide class of O’Reilly Auto Enterprises LLC hourly workers over allegations that O’Reilly violated California wage statement laws. However, the judge declined to certify three other classes relating to claims that O’Reilly failed to provide lawful meal breaks.
June 14, 2023
Meal and rest break requirements are an essential aspect of California labor law. As an employer in the state, it is crucial to understand and comply with these regulations to maintain legal compliance and minimize liability for wage-and-hour violations. In this article, we will review the meal and rest break requirements mandated by California labor laws and how employers can ensure compliance within their organizations.
January 19, 2023
As business lawyers, we are often asked questions about when an employee’s final paycheck is due and what penalties are assessed for a failure to comply with California’s final paycheck laws. Whether an employee is discharged or quits, an employee must receive timely payment of their wages in accordance with Labor Code Sections 201-203. This article addresses basic information employers must be aware of in order to be in compliance with such Labor Codes.