Last week, the California Supreme Court confronted questions from the Ninth Circuit about the application of California’s wage and hour laws to flight attendants and pilots who work primarily outside…

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TOP 10 EMPLOYMENT LAW DEVELOPMENTS OF 2018: NO. 4 – CA APPELLATE COURT LIMITS SCOPE OF DERIVATIVE WAGE STATEMENT LIABILITY California class action plaintiffs alleging various wage and hour claims…

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TOP 10 DEVELOPMENTS OF 2018 IN EMPLOYMENT AND HIGHER EDUCATION LAW:  NUMBER 7 – CLASS ACTION WAGE & HOUR WIN FOR EMPLOYERS Employers of Commissioned and Piece-Rate Employees: Pay Minimum…

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In what is potentially the biggest change to California’s employment laws, beginning July 1, 2015, all California employers will be required to provide paid sick leave to all employees who…

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You may have just started breathing easier after rolling out written commission agreements to comply with California Labor Code section 2751.  However, a recent unanimous California Supreme Court decision has…

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In addition to the new laws relating to religious accommodation and social media (reported in our recent eAlerts), Governor Brown recently signed into law the following bills affecting employers.  Unless…

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