Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, intends to revive his proposal to push back closing time for bars to 4 a.m. Brown vetoed a measure that would have piloted the change in nine willing cities, arguing that California has “enough mischief from midnight to 2 without adding two more hours of mayhem.” … [Read more...] about Tax credits to labor laws. What everyone wants from California’s new governor
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A judge in Riverside County overturned the law last month, ruling that the Legislature improperly passed the measure during a special session on health care funding. Opponents also contend that the law lacks proper safeguards for the state's most vulnerable patients. The decision is currently on hold, pending an appeal by California's attorney general. … [Read more...] about Assisted death rate nearly doubled in California in 2017
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Employer Properly Computed Overtime On Flat-Sum Attendance BonusesAlvarado v. Dart Container Corp. of Cal., 243 Cal. App. 4th 1200 (2016)According to Dart's written policy, a $15 attendance bonus would be paid to any employee who was scheduled to work a weekend shift and completed the full shift. Hector Alvarado challenged Dart's calculation of overtime payments and sued for violations of the Labor Code and the Private Attorneys' General Act (PAGA). The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of Dart on the ground that there is no California law applicable to calculating overtime on attendance bonuses paid in the same period in which they were earned while distinguishing a prior appellate court opinion and rejecting as "void" and without the force of law two sections of the DLSE Manual (Sections 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124). The Court of Appeal affirmed, holding that Dart's use of the federal formula for computing overtime on flat-sum bonuses is lawful. … [Read more...] about California Employment Law Notes: March 2016
Service ChargesThe new law also requires that Oakland’s hospitality employers (employers who own, operate or control hotels, restaurants and banquet facilities in Oakland) that collect service charges from customers must pay all of those charges to the hospitality workers who performed the services for which the charges were collected. Hospitality employers may not keep any part of the service charge. Supervisors and managers are only entitled to a portion of the service charge for the time spent on nonsupervisory work serving customers, and the rate paid to supervisors or managers cannot be higher than the rate paid to hospitality workers for similar duties. … [Read more...] about Oakland’s New Law Raises the City’s Minimum Wage, Provides for Paid Sick Leave, and Addresses Hospitality Services Charges