How do I calculate my overtime pay?

Getting your rightful dues! When it comes to calculating overtime in California, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) has provided guidelines to employers and employees under California Labor Code section 510.  However, like many other components of the Labor Code, section 510 too is not simple to understand, unless individuals take the time to read [...]

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California Law on Rest Periods Labor Code section 226.7

Taking a breather at work – it’s your right! Most employees are extremely conscientious about work, with many putting countless hours over and above their stipulated working hours. The California Law on Rest Periods: Labor Code section 226.7 however offers you the legal right to stop all work and take a breather, without guilt or [...]

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California Law on Meal Periods Labor Code section 226.7

Breaking for a Meal at work – it’s your right! The California Law on Meal Periods: Labor Code section 226.7 guarantees employees a certain amount of time during the work period, when they can take a break to have their meals, unencumbered by any rules enforced by an employer.  Labor Code section 226.7 provides these [...]

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California Paycheck Stub Law: California Labor Code Section 226(a)

Documenting what you’ve earned The California Paycheck Stub Law under Section 226(a) clearly outlines an employer’s responsibility in terms of presenting information to the employee that documents exactly what he/she earned during a pay period. This is done so that employees have no suspicions that they are being short changed, or that they are not [...]

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How Long Does My Last Employer Have To My Last Paycheck: Labor Codes Section 203

Paying the price for not paying you! If you are an employee that has wilfully quit your job or who has been terminated in the state of California, then you have certain employee rights under Labor Code Section 203.  This section of the code deals with provisions for when you should get paid under such [...]

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Discrimination in the Workplace: Your Basic Rights

Workplace discrimination is still prevalent even in modern times and quite a large number of employees are being subjected to racial discrimination. Any form of bullying in the workplace should never be tolerated. It is counter-productive and its effects on the mental and emotional health of the employees concerned can be very detrimental. The sad [...]

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Age Discrimination in the Workplace

There are different types of bullying and discrimination that can exist in the modern workplace. Some may find themselves discriminated against because of race, gender, and even age. Age discrimination happens when an individual doesn’t get fair treatment because of his age. Sadly, this situation is prevalent in many companies; people experience being refused of [...]

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Law on Employers Issuing Employees an Accurate “Paycheck Stub”

Are you a working in the state of California? Do you have reasonable grounds to believe that your employers aren’t paying you in accordance with the existing California laws on labor and employment? Every employee in the state of California is entitled to certain employee rights as stated in the California Labor Code.   Under [...]

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Drug and Alcohol Testing of Employees

The purpose of conducting a drug test is to determine whether someone is on drugs or not. In some instances, the very act of subjecting a person to a drug test however can be discriminatory. So how then, should drug tests for employees be done? What legitimate agency of government is authorized by the US [...]

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Waiting Time Penalties: Labor Code Section 203

The state of California is known for issuing public policies that provide fair and objective treatment of wage earners and salaried employees. As such, labor laws are leaned towards efficient and prompt payment of these workers. One of these policies pertains to unpaid wages addressed by Labor Code Section 203. This legislation was specifically created [...]

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