DO EMPLOYEES HAVE ANY DUTY TO KNOW OR REPORT CA WAGE LAW VIOLATIONS?

DO EMPLOYEES HAVE ANY DUTY TO KNOW OR REPORT CA WAGE LAW VIOLATIONS? California wage and hour employment law is a web of statutes, regulations, and Wage Orders – – all clarified by published case law – – that employers need to understand and apply Learn More …

Class Notice Mailing Delayed in the Statewide Walking Time Case

After the California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO) Shaw and Kuhn cases seeking pay for pre and post shift walking time and other associated time were moved to the San Francisco Superior Court and coordinated with the statewide Stoetzl case, the class Notice was agreed upon Learn More …

Can Employers Allow (or Require) Employees to Work ‘Off-The-Clock’ for No Pay? For the Most Part, ‘NO’.

Written by Gary G. Goyette, Esq. For some employers, having their hourly, non-exempt employees work ‘off-the-clock’ (or “OTC” time) for no pay during periods of time prior to or following scheduled work shifts is a long-standing tradition. For others, it appears to be a product Learn More …