Archive for the ‘Meal and Rest Break’ Category

“Job Killer” Bill Allows Employees to File Liens Against Employers

​A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed “job killer” bill that creates an unfair precedent in the wage-and-hour arena passed a hearing in the Assembly Judiciary Committee today. AB 2416 (Stone; D-Scotts Valley) allows employees to file liens on an employer’s real or personal property, or property where work was performed, based upon alleged, yet unproven, wage […]

29 Apr 14 - Compensation, Meal and Rest Break, Minimum Wage - HRWatchdog - No CommentsRead More »

Take a 90-Minute Break for Brinker Updates

In 2012, the Brinker decision by the California Supreme Court settled long-standing questions about employer obligations for meal and rest breaks. In reality, employers are still getting sued two years later. Join CalChamber’s employment law experts for a reality check on meal and rest break requirements in California. The 90-minute webinar clears up any confusion […]

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