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Compensatory Time Off

Some employers continue to adopt policies giving their employees compensatory time off (an hour off at some later date for every extra hour worked) instead of paying them overtime. This practice is illegal under federal law and most state laws because it prevents employees from collecting an overtime premium for working more than a set […]

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New Employer Regulation Goes into Effect in the City of San Jose March 8, 2017

On November 8, 2016, voters in San Jose, California, approved Ballot Measure E, called the “Opportunity to Work Ordinance,” which requires an employer to offer part-time employees additional hours before the employer hires any new or temporary employees. Sponsored by a coalition of labor unions, the new ordinance limits employers’ ability to bring on new […]

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