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2020 Employment Law Changes

2020 Employment Law Changes

Employers in the state may need to brush up on recent employment law changes and prepare for those still to come. As the calendar turns to 2020, California has gone live with a number of new laws voted in as bills or ballot initiatives. Some are facing judicial...
Wage Theft in California

Wage Theft in California

In February, when California labor officials announced the biggest wage theft case against a private company in state history, they included a warning for all bosses: “Stealing earned wages from workers’ pockets is illegal in California and this case shows that...
Minimum Wage in Sacramento, California

Minimum Wage in Sacramento, California

SACRAMENTO, CA – After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Darshan Mundy – the owner of seven Sacramento, California-area gas stations – has paid $340,470 in back wages and damages to 105 employees and $45,963 in...
Border Warehouse Company To Pay Back Wages

Border Warehouse Company To Pay Back Wages

SAN DIEGO, CA – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has reached a settlement with G-Global – a border warehousing company in Otay Mesa, California – in which the employer will pay 61 Mexican national employees $124,465 after investigators found the...
ACLU of Southern California Sued

ACLU of Southern California Sued

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A black former attorney for the ACLU of Southern California is suing the organization for allegedly subjecting her to racism and wrongfully firing her in February for speaking out against her treatment, labeling her as an “angry” woman....