In the News July 21, 2021

SHRM | California Employers Must Pay ‘Regular Rate’ for Missed Break Premiums

Jim Evans is quoted on the implications of the California Supreme Court’s ruling that premium pay for missed meal or rest breaks must be calculated at an employee’s regular rate of pay.
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