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Do California Employers Have Any Scheduling Flexibility Options Left?

Posted in Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations, Wage & Hour

Scheduling employees is becoming more difficult for employers, and the State seems to be hurtling toward predictive scheduling laws. Last month, my partner Lukas Clary blogged about the recent California Supreme Court case, Ward v. Tilly’s, Inc., in which the Court ruled that “reporting time” pay is owed whenever an employee is required to “report”… Continue Reading

Employees Are Entitled to Reporting Time Pay if Required to Call In to Confirm Shifts

Posted in Employment Contracts and Agreements, Labor Law, Wage & Hour

Figuring out how many employees to schedule each day can be an inexact science. Unexpected surges or lulls in customers, employee absences due to illness or emergencies, and various other circumstances can impact personnel needs.  Employers sometimes choose to navigate these situations by overscheduling and then cutting loose employees who are not ultimately needed.  That… Continue Reading

Pay Correctly Now or Pay More Later: All You Need to Know About Wage and Hour Laws

Posted in Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations, Wage & Hour

Summary of Program: Wage and hour lawsuits and claims filed with the Department of Labor and the California Labor Commissioner continue to plague California employers. Often employers are sued because of technical violations that occur simply because the employer is unaware of its legal obligations. Other times, employers make the mistake of treating an employee… Continue Reading