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New California Law Penalizes Companies for Using Law Breaking Trucking Companies

Senate Bill 1402:  Establishes Joint and several liability for customers who contract with or use port drayage motor carriers who have unpaid wage, tax and workers’ compensation liability. As SB 1402’s effective date of January 1, 2019 approaches, the employment lawyers at Kingsley & Kingsley remind you of the rationale for the bill and the …

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California Employment Law

California Employment Law – Representation In Wage, Hour And Overtime Pay Disputes As an employee, you are entitled to all of your earned compensation under California Employment Law requirements. This includes not only your hourly or salary wages but also overtime, commission, bonuses, off-the-clock work, and vacation time that is unused upon termination of employment. We …

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Dealing With Employment Law and Unpaid Wage Issues

Employee Unpaid Wage Issues in California California employers in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles sometimes violate employment laws resulting in unpaid wage issues for employees. Employment law takes into account unpaid wage issues and related problems such as: failure to pay the minimum wage, intentional employee misclassification, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, or unfair employment practices that discriminate. First …

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Reimbursement for Unpaid Wages & Business Expenses

An employer must reimburse an employee for all necessary expenses or losses incurred in direct consequence of the discharge of his or her duties, including driving expenses and cell phone use. It is required by the California Labor Code Section 2802. The law further provides that the penalty for failing to reimburse an employee includes liability for the …

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