New amendments to California Labor Code 98.7 Make it Easier for Employees to Prove Unlawful Retaliation.
Ignorance Is Not Bliss: Court of Appeal Holds that Knowledge and Intent Are Not Required For PAGA Penalties
California Court of Appeal holds that knowledge and intent not required to recover wage statement penalties under PAGA.
Employers are increasingly using arbitration agreements as a strategy to mitigate the risks of potentially costly litigation. Generally speaking, there are several benefits for employers to consider when deciding whether to adopt an arbitration policy. A few of these benefits, and their limitations, are described in this blog post.