When it concerns wage-and-hour laws, California requires more of employers than at the federal level. Your compliance goes beyond paying employees minimum wage and overtime.
There are a number of pay issues that affect California employers, so it’s important to understand your legal requirements.
Failing to comply with California’s rules for paying employees can be costly for employers. Make no mistake, the California Labor Commissioner’s Office is enforcing the rules. The total number of businesses inspected increased from 999 in 2012 to 4,506 in 2016.
Join our employment law experts online as they review:
- California’s Fair Pay Act
- Minimum wage requirements
- Overtime pay
- Paying employees for hours worked, including travel time, preparation time, security screenings, on-call and standby time
- Other pay issues, including uniforms, tools and equipment, expense reimbursements, and education and training time
- Paycheck deductions
- Final paychecks
With the increased enforcement and the continuing prevalence of class-action lawsuits in California, employers should evaluate their pay practices.
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This webinar offers information only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.