California Employment Law Articles

Your Job Title Does Not Determine Whether You Are Exempt from Overtime Compensation
California courts and the Department of Labor have repeatedly held that an employee's title doesn't determine whether he or she should be exempt from receiving overtime compensation. In other words, j...
posted by Arkady Itkin  |  Jan 3, 2013 11:58 AM [EST] in Overtime  |  applies to California

Exempt or Nonexempt: Do You Receive Overtime Pay?
When it comes to the idea of overtime pay, most think that only the laborer, manufacturer or other "blue collar" worker is eligible to receive overtime, not the professional, executive, supervisor or ...
posted by Norman B. Blumenthal  |  Nov 10, 2010 10:40 AM [EST] in Wage payment  |  applies to California

California Non-competition Law
At one time California courts enforced contractual restraints on competition as long as they were reasonably imposed. However, in 1872 California adopted a public policy favoring open competition and ...
posted by Neil Klingshirn  |  Jan 2, 2010 4:28 PM [EST] in Non-competition  |  applies to California

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