Additional Penalties May Be Recoverable for Meal and Rest Period Violations in California

This is a preview. View original post on this site

California’s highest court ruled that extra pay for missed breaks constitutes “wages” and must be reported on wage statements and paid within statutory deadlines when an employee separates from employment.

Read Complete Article

,

Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required


RECRUITMENT MARKETPLACE


»Need an ATS? Try JazzHR


»Hire in 50 Countries with Remote.com


»Free Rejection Email Templates


»Text Recruiting Software


»RecTech Live Webcasts


»HR Podcast Directory


»Recruiting Newsletters


»HR Tech News


»Freelance HR Jobs


»Diversity Hiring News


»Recruiter Ebooks