Employer Regulations from the California Labor Board
The California Labor Board has a list of regulations that must be followed by your employer. Most of them are common knowledge, such as minimum wage laws and overtime laws, but what about the less common rules, such as reimbursement for uniforms and travel expenses. These types of regulations are some of the most common violations and you may not even realize that your employer owes you money until it is too late to collect.
Assistance with the California Labor Board Rules
There are many rules that the California Labor Board requires employers to follow. For example, if you use your personal vehicle to perform company business, you should be compensated for travel expenses. The rate as of 2009 was $0.55 per mile. If your employer requires you to use your own vehicle but does not offer mileage, contact California Wage Law Attorney. They can assist you with any questions you may have regarding violations of California labor laws.