Coronavirus disease & Employer practices

COVID-19 Employer Practices

COVID-19 UPDATE March 13, 2020 Reid & Hellyer Staff and Clients: Amid…


Employer Handbooks don't need to be perfect

EMPLOYER HANDBOOKS DON’T NEED TO BE PERFECT

In a mild win for employers, a California Court of Appeal recently held that…


Employers: When the government comes knocking, will you be prepared?

Under Section 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”) (8 U.S.C.…


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Nonexempt Salaried Employees Entitled to Overtime and May Recover Damages Without Proof of Hours Worked

Over the past few months, I have received quite a few calls where employers…


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Employee Cell Phone Usage May be Reimbursable - Cochran v. Schwan

It promises to be another long, hot summer for employers as the California…


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New California Minimum Wage Effect On Split Shift Employees

Last month we discussed the effect that California’s new minimum wage of $10.00…


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New California Minimum Wage Effects More than Just Entry-level Employees

The Grinch has come early for many employers as the new minimum wage of $10.00…


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Employer Class Action Certification

For those employers who had all but given up hope of receiving relief from the…


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Protecting Trade Secrets From Use by Former Employees

Companies commonly spend substantial resources in developing information that…


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California Minimum Wage Law (2014): The Hidden Effects

Most employers know that they will have to begin paying their employees a…