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Legal Policies and Procedures
Employment laws and court rulings make it a necessity to have comprehensive, legally compliant policies and procedures. From employees using their own devices, to managing meal breaks, you must have a labor-law compliant manual.
Insights into California Labor Law Compliance
Overtime Over 1.5x Pay Rate
A specific "regular rate of pay" must be calculated to determine an employee's overtime and sick time rate of pay.
Terminations vs. Furloughs
If you've furloughed an employee longer than four weeks, then it's a termination and specific legal steps must be taken.
Meal Break Law
Employees who miss the break should be paid one hour “premium pay” penalty at the employee’s regular rate of pay. This must be documented.
Paid vs Unpaid Intern Pitfalls
Courts use the “primary beneficiary test” to determine whether an intern or student is, in fact, an employee under the FLSA.