This article will walk employers through the quagmire of state versus federal law in the area of immigration field visits. This article does not address administrative agency subpoenas in general.
“Joint employer” liability is a phrase that strikes fear in employers and defense counsel alike. Under this theory of liability, …
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Due to a myriad of legislative and court decisions, some restaurants in California have elected to add a surcharge to their receipts to defray increased costs incurred over the last several years.
To help you understand the functions of the various state and federal government agencies that regulate your business, CRA presents this report.
Sexual harassment continues to be a problem in the workplace as more employers are being forced to spend money on costly lawsuits.
Meal and rest periods are required for every five consecutive hours worked. Here are the general requirements and employer obligations.
Depending on their size, California employers are required to comply with several leave of absence laws, including the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the California Family Rights Act (CFRA), and the Parent Leave Act (PLA).
Employees are either exempt or non-exempt. Exempt employees are exempt from many wage and hour requirements–most notably, the overtime requirement.
Tips and their distribution among the staff have plagued the hospitality industry for years. Federal courts interpret the federal law differently and states have enacted their own statutes that place