California employers must make it possible for workers to take scheduled breaks but cannot be held liable if employees decide to work instead of rest, the California Supreme decided Thursday. “We conclude an employer’s obligation is to relieve its employee...
The California Supreme Court decided unanimously Thursday that out-of-state residents who work for California-based companies are protected by the state's overtime laws during business trips here. Employment lawyers predicted the de... Read Post
Even if discrimination plays a role in a worker’s firing, an employer is not liable for damages if the employee would have been fired anyway because of poor performance, the California Supreme Court decided Thursday. In a widely wat... Read Post