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In California, if a building has 16 or more units, the owner is required to have a live-in manager. See, California Code of Regulations Title 25, Section 42. Pursuant to the California Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Minimum Wage Order No. 5-2001 and MW-2014 a live-in resident manager is an employee, not an independent contractor, and as such must be paid the minimum wage for all hours worked. The California Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Minimum Wage Order No. 5-2001 and MW-2014 further restricts how [...]
On September 25, 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1007 into law. Senate Bill 1007, codified in Section 1282.5 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, provides new protections for the little guy (including consumers and employees) in arbitration proceedings. Senate Bill 1007 gives any party to an arbitration proceeding "the right to have a certified shorthand reporter transcribe any deposition, proceeding, or hearing as the official record." Previously large companies and employers could unilaterally [...]
As everyone in California by now knows, both the State of California and many local cities are in the process of increasing the minimum wage. As more and more cities individually enact and revise their own local living minimum wage, it is becoming harder and harder for small businesses to keep up. Consequently, I have put together this post along with links to the various local city ordinances to set forth the new minimum wage for 2017 both in the State of California and in the City of Los Angeles, Malibu, Pasadena and Santa Monica.
California State Minimum Wage. Beginning [...]
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Effective January 1, 2017, A.B. 2899 amends Labor Code §1197.1. to require California employers seeking a writ of mandate to contest an adverse Labor Commissioner wage and hour ruling to post a bond for the assessed amount of unpaid wages (including minimum wages, overtime, and liquidated damages, but not penalties).
Prior to enactment, a California employer was only required to post a bond when appealing a wage and hour claim filed by an employee.
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In September of 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1241, which adds Section 925 to the Labor Code. Labor Code §925 further restricts out of state employers from evading California’s strict employee protection laws.
Effective January 1, 2017, California Labor Code §925 restricts out of state employers ability to require employees who primarily [...]
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