If you employ workers, chances are good that your business is subject to a number of labor laws enacted by the United States Department of Labor as well as the California Department of Industrial Relations. Failure to comply with these labor laws can cause a lot more than disgruntled workers; non-compliance can result in sanctions by the federal or state government and/or potential legal actions from employees to recover damages. Business owners are often not aware that they are violating the law until it is too late and they are facing costly legal consequences. The best way to preemptively avoid any labor law dispute is to consult with an experienced employment law attorney to ensure all of your policies and practices are in line with the law.
Topics Covered By Labor Laws
Labor laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the California Labor Code cover a wide variety of topics related to employees, compensation, and more. The following are only a handful of issues that labor laws may affect: Continue Reading