We wanted to create a comprehensive and practical resource that employers in California can rely on to help with their compliance challenges in this area.
Alameda, CA (Vocus) December 17, 2009
The Employer Resource Institute (ERI), BLR®—Business & Legal Resources, is pleased to announce the release of its brand-new Spotlight Report, “How To Comply with California Wage & Hour Law.” Employers can download a free excerpt covering hours of work and meal and rest periods.
This information-packed 92-page guide, written by an experienced California employment lawyer, features in-depth coverage of everything California employers need to know about this tricky area of the law in an easy-read, quick-reference style, including:
- Hours of work—including travel time, make-up time, meal and rest periods, and the definition of “hours worked”
- The rules for hourly, salary, and piece-rate pay
- Bonuses, profit sharing plans, and tips
- Overtime and double-time wages
- Alternative workweeks
- Tools and equipment, uniforms, and work-related expenses and losses
- Paid time off—vacation, PTO, holidays, and sick leave
- Unpaid time off
- When and how employees must be paid
- Payment of final wages upon termination
- Deductions from pay
- Recordkeeping requirements
- Pay-related discrimination
- And more
“California employers are in a unique position because many of the federal wage and hour laws simply don’t apply to them,” says Matthew T. Humphrey, president of ERI. “We wanted to create a comprehensive and practical resource that employers in California can rely on to help with their compliance challenges in this area.”
ERI is inviting California employers to download a 13-page excerpt of the guide, free of charge or obligation, at http://www.employeradvice.com/WageHourExcerpt. The excerpt features the guide’s full Table of Contents, plus information on hours of work and meal and rest periods.
For more information: http://www.employeradvice.com/WageHourExcerpt
The Employer Resource Institute offers practical, problem-solving information that clarifies employment law and workplace safety requirements for California employers. Many of ERI’s information products are written and edited by lawyers who live and work in California.
About BLR®—Business & Legal Resources
BLR® is the leading provider of employment, safety, and environmental compliance solutions. BLR has been an acknowledged authority in covering state as well as federal law for over three decades, and employers know that they can count on BLR’s industry-leading compliance and training solutions to keep them out of legal trouble, avoid fines, and save money. BLR offers solutions for business owners, executives, employees, and managers of HR, compensation, safety, environmental, or training for all-sized organizations and industries. Simply put, anyone worried about how their local state agency or national DOL, OSHA, and EPA legal requirements impact their organization can benefit from BLR. For more information, please visit http://www.BLR.com or call 800-727-5257.