When the federal government established a minimum wage of $0.25 per hour in 1938, policymakers began debating the impact that minimum wage would have on employment. Today, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. Residents of California should also understand how...
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Month: April 2023
Can undocumented workers report wage and hour violations?
Companies throughout California rely on undocumented workers to perform agricultural labor, construction work, cleaning services and many other forms of work. Far too often, these employers try to take advantage of their workers by stealing their hard-earned wages or...
What does it mean to be an hourly employee?
There are a few classifications of employees under California and federal law; one of the most common is the hourly type. This is what it means when you’re considered an hourly employee and the laws pertaining to your job and pay. Understanding hourly employment Under...