San Francisco minimum wage increases to $15.59 on July 1, 2019. New poster must be posted in workplace.
About Robert Nuddleman
Mr. Nuddleman represents individuals and companies in federal and state court and various administrative agencies. A significant focus of Mr. Nuddleman’s practice relates to wage and hour claims, breach of contract, trade secret protection, claims of sex, race, age, and pregnancy discrimination and/or harassment and accommodating persons with disabilities. Mr. Nuddleman advises and represents business clients in employment and business matters in an attempt to avoid litigation and reduce potential exposure to claims of all kinds in light of developing law.
Entries by Robert Nuddleman
Upcoming presentation at PFAC 2019 annual conference regarding working with caregivers.
Most people know the minimum wage increases in California on January 1st. Employers with 26 or more employees must pay at least $12.00 per hour. Employers with fewer employees must pay at least $11.00 per hour. Other workers must also receive increased pay for the new year. Minimum Salary for “White Collar” Exemptions Most employees […]
New safety record and human trafficking information requirements for 2019
The #MeToo movement changed our culture, bringing to light issues of sexual harassment and assault left in the dark for years. The movement reached the California Legislature, who passed many laws this year expanding employee protections and increasing employer liability for sexual harassment.
Fall 2018 New Employment Laws – Part 3 Now that the candy and costumes are gone, we have more updates and tweaks to California employment law to report. This week we focus on a joint liability. Yay! More ways employers can be liable for the mistakes of others. SB 1402 expands joint liability for truckers. […]
New Employment Laws for 2018 (Part 2) Welcome back to our New Employment Laws for 2018 wrapup and update. This post will focus primarily on hiring practices. This year, the Legislature clarifies hiring practices changes and access to sealed or expunged criminal records of potential hires. Clarification of Last Year’s Salary History Ban Last year, […]
New Employment Laws for 2018 It’s that time of year again: new employment laws for 2018. While everyone else in the state is bundling up and raking up the falling leaves, the Governor was busy signing bills. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be cutting through the legalese to explain the impact the legislative flurry has […]
In the Northern Hemisphere, September 22nd marks the end of Summer, not Labor Day. Many think of Labor Day as the end of Summer because many schools start just before or just after Labor Day, and the weather starts cooling off. It is also the last Federal Holiday before the end of Summer. Labor Day honors the […]
California Rejects De Minimus Time Four minutes a day might seem inconsequential, right? Not to the California Supreme Court. In Troester v.Starbucks Corporation, the Court held that employers are required to compensate employees for short, unrecorded periods of time worked off the clock. Such de minimus time, which can add up to substantial time over weeks, […]
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