California Wage & Hour Violations Can Create Personal Liability

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A new California law gives the state labor commissioner expansive new powers to go after employers that have judgments against them for non-payment of wages, including issuing stop-work orders and holding officers personally liable. The Fair Day’s Pay Act, which took effect Jan. 1, adds a whole new section to the state Labor Code aimed at reducing wage theft and making employers pay for skirting wage and hour laws. Specifically, those violations include: • Final payment of wages at termination. • Issuing wage statements. • Meal and rest break laws. • Overtime. • Expense reimbursement. • Payment of minimum wage….
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