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California Wage & Hour Law on Holiday This Week

In Blog Status on October 18, 2010 at 4:54 pm
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I am traveling this week, so California Wage & Hour Law will be updated less frequently.  I’ll resume daily updates next week, October 26, 2010.

Cheers!

Charles Jung

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Top 10 List of Things to Know About California’s Wage & Hour Laws

In Articles and Commentary on September 3, 2010 at 8:57 am
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Jim Brown and Marc Koonin of the California Employment Law Letter offer a useful Top 10 list of “Need to Knows” about California wage & hour laws:

  1. Know California’s daily and weekly overtime rates for various hours worked;
  2. Overtime requirements apply to almost all types of wages, not just hourly wages or salaries;
  3. You must compensate employees for all hours you “suffer or permit” them to work;
  4. Be familiar with the specific “wage order” that applies to your workforce;
  5. Just because an employee is exempt as an executive, administrative, or professional employee under federal law, it doesn’t make him exempt under California law; Read the rest of this entry »