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How To Comply with California Wage & Hour Laws

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This information-packed 170+ page guide, written by an experienced California employment lawyer, features in-depth coverage of all the topics you need to know about in an easy-read, quick-reference style
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BLR's fully revised and updated HR Management & Compliance Report, How To Comply with California Wage & Hour Law,covers everything you need to know to stay in compliance with the state's complex and ever-changing rules, laws and regulations in this area.

This information-packed 170+ page guide, written by an experienced California employment lawyer, features in-depth coverage of all the topics you need to know about in an easy-read, quick-reference style:

  • The California Labor Code vs. the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
  • Who the California wage/hour laws apply to
  • The Wage Orders that cover your organization
  • Hours of work—including travel time, make-up time, meal and rest periods, and the definition of "hours worked"
  • The rules for hourly, salary, and piece-rate pay
  • Bonuses, profit-sharing plans, and tips
  • Overtime and double-time wages
  • Alternative workweeks
  • Tools and equipment, uniforms, and work-related expenses and losses
  • Paid time off—vacation, PTO, holidays, and sick leave
  • Unpaid time off
  • When and how employees must be paid
  • Payment of final wages upon termination
  • Deductions from pay
  • Recordkeeping requirements
  • Pay-related discrimination
  • A brand-new appendix of breaking wage/hour developments from the past year that you need to know about
  • And much more!


Plus, the latest updates found in this edition:

  • How an employer may be found jointly liable for its contractor’s violations of wage-and-hour, workers’ comp, and occupational safety laws
  • How the minimum wage increase on January 1, 2016 will affect the salary threshold for exempt employees – and how the new federal overtime regulations may affect exemptions
  • How a California Supreme Court decision may affect the “one day in seven” rest requirement
  • The effect of the state supreme court’s ruling on sleep time that counts as “hours worked”
  • The effect of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on post-shift activities as compensable work
  • Minimum wage increases in San Francisco, San Jose, and other California cities
  • How a decision by the state supreme court affects the timing of commission payments
  • New wage statement requirements under California paid sick leave law
  • Information on reimbursing employees who use their cell phones for work
  • Learn about expanded protection from retaliation for whistleblowers

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