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Non-Competes vs. Non-Disclosures: What’s the Difference?

Non-Competes vs. Non-Disclosures: What’s the Difference?

Non-Compete and Non-Disclosure clauses are common in many employment contracts today, but what are they, and more importantly, are they legal in California? Both non-competes and non-disclosures work to keep a company or employer’s sensitive information or trade...

Equal Pay in California

Equal Pay in California

What Is Equal Pay? Wage and hour concerns are among the most contentious employment issues, and equal pay is a sensitive area of employment law, one that results in a great number of lawsuits against employers. The state of California has a law in place called the...

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Class Action Lawsuits

Class Action Lawsuits

What Are Class Actions? A class action, or representative action, is a type of lawsuit where a group of people are represented collectively by a member of that group. Class action lawsuits are often used to resolve wage and hour claims in California, in cases where a...

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Working Off the Clock

Working Off the Clock

Why Working Off the Clock is an Issue California labor laws prohibit employers across the state from requiring that their employees to continue working off the clock without compensation, meaning employees cannot legally be expected to do work for their...

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Pay at Separation

Pay at Separation

What Is Pay at Separation? There are laws in place in California that dictate when an employee’s wages must be paid and how employers are required to handle distributing final paychecks to employees who have quit or been terminated. California law gives employers only...

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Expense Reimbursement

Expense Reimbursement

What Is Expense Reimbursement? There are laws in place in California that require employers to reimburse employees for any business expenses they incur in the course of performing their work duties for the employer. This may seem like a relatively basic...

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Suitable Seating

Suitable Seating

What Is Suitable Seating? California employment law is complex and multifaceted and one important aspect of the law focuses on an employee’s right to suitable seating at work. According to the law, employees in California must be provided with a suitable seat when the...

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