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If you currently earn an hourly wage and work in the state of California, there are specific labor laws in place that govern the hourly compensation amount you must be paid based on the hours you work, regardless of the amount of hours shown on your timesheet. California overtime laws offer more protection than in […]

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  Employee vs. Independent Contractor Employers oftentimes improperly classify their employees as independent contractors so that they, the employer, do not have to pay payroll taxes, the minimum wage or overtime, comply with other wage and hour law requirements such as providing meal periods and rest breaks or reimburse their workers for business expenses incurred […]

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California Employee Rights Law Demands Equal Pay for Woman Starting last January, women who demonstrate they are paid less than men for substantially similar work can get more than just a raise to equal pay. That’s what a new employee rights law says. Women can be awarded: All the back pay for the amount they […]

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