California Employer’s Services Blog Articles

Is Employee Monitoring in the Workplace Legal

Employers Should Be Very Careful For example, this is not a policy that you should want to hide from your employees.  But rather employers should let their employees know either thru their employee handbook or a non-expectation of privacy policy form that the employee...

Attorneys Are Using Wage Theft To Scam Employers

Wage Theft is a term that is used to describe an employer who is stealing their employees’ wages. There are several ways that this can happen some of the most common is failing to pay overtime properly, or even failing to overtime at all. In restaurants, it can occur...

CA Labor Laws & Illegal Workers

California & The Undocumented Worker – A Logistical Nightmare It is no secret that California maintains one of the highest rates of illegal immigrants working as undocumented workers in the country.  Due to our close proximity to the Mexico border and Baja...

When Terminating Employee’s For Lack of Performance Be Careful

California Employers should have procedures in place when terminating employees for lack of performance. In our litigious society employers need to make sure that they have not rushed into judgment when terminating employees for lack of performance. Should you wind up...

Minor League Baseball Wage Lawsuit Continues

After Months of Failed Legislation, Minor League Players Pass Legal Hurdle Even with baseball season right around the corner, minor league baseball players continue to push for an imminent class action lawsuit involving wage and hour labor laws in California. The...

California Employment Law

California Minimum Wage is just one aspect when it comes to California Employment Law. Effective January 1st, 2017 the minimum wage is $10.50 per hour. There are cities that have a different minimum wage so you will need to check your city to make sure that you are...