August 22, 2020

Employers Beware: Bonus Compensation  May Result in Additional Overtime Pay

Employers Beware: Bonus Compensation May Result in Additional Overtime Pay

It is not uncommon for employers to compensate employees with non-discretionary bonuses to reward them for their hard work.  However, what employers commonly fail to do is factor in those non-discretionary bonus payments when calculating the amount of overtime pay owed to employees.

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August 18, 2020

Are Your Employee’s Paystubs a Ticking Time Bomb?

Are Your Employee’s Paystubs a Ticking Time Bomb?

Wage statements, often known as paystubs, are not usually at the forefront of the minds of business owners. Employers typically view wage statements as nothing more than a vehicle to record how much the employee earned and has been paid. However, Plaintiff lawyers have turned wage statement violations into big business, using them to generate enormous claims against employers.

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August 7, 2020

The Department of Industrial Relations Issues New Guidance

The Department of Industrial Relations Issues New Guidance

The Department of Industrial Relations ("DIR") recently published "Safe Reopening FAQs for Workers and Employers" to address various workplace-related issues as California proceeds through its Resilience Roadmap.

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