Tag: Wage and Hour Compliance

February 8, 2023
Rounding practices have been common in the workplace when an employer adjusts an employee's time work. However, there have been recent developments regarding this practice. In today's video, we will discuss what rounding is and the potential challenge California employers might face.
February 1, 2023
Employers have probably heard this phrase: "Regular Rate of Pay." Oftentimes, employers are unsure what this phrase really means, which is unfortunate, as it can be a sore spot for lawsuits against employers. In this video, we will dispel some confusion surrounding this concept and explain why it truly matters for California employers.
January 24, 2023
On Friday, January 13, 2023, a Sacramento County Superior Court judge issued a preliminary injunction to prevent the implementation of California’s FAST Recovery Act (the “Act”) (AB 257). The law, which was pending a statewide referendum, would have established a Fast Food Council that would set industry-wide standards for wages, working hours, and other working conditions related to the health and safety of fast food employees. It was set to go into effect at the beginning of this year.
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.