On Saturday, October 29th, I’ll be conducting a presentation at CalCPA’s East Bay Low Cost Ed Day. I’m looking forward to the presentation, where I will discuss Wage & Hour Best Practices – How to Best Advise Your Clients in this Complex Area.
- Employees v. Independent Contractors
- Consequences of Misclassification
- Applicable laws & Agencies
- State v. Federal v. City/County
- IWC & Wage Orders
- City/County Ordinances
- Opinion Letters
- Enforcement Manual
- Basic Pay Requirements
- Minimum Wage
- Regular “Workdays” and “Workweeks”
- Regular Rate of Pay
- Bonuses & Commissions
- Exempt & Non-Exempt Employees
- Nonexempt Employees
- Exempt Employees – salary + duties
- Meal and rest periods
- How/when to pay employees
- Time record requirements
- Pay stub requirements
- Deductions from pay
- Payment upon separation
- Employees In or About the Home
- Other Household Employees
- Special Rules for Live-Ins
I hope to see you there.
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