Employees get “one day’s rest in seven” in California. But “seven consecutive days” can last up to 12 days.
Employers have an incentive to make employees make up time before or after PTO: they won’t owe overtime. But California law restricts this practice.
Leaving work early, whether to pick up our child after an earthquake or help at a bake sale, is as easy as learning your ABCs.
Some parents have class – literally. In L.A. County, a parent of a suspended child might have to leave work early. Luckily, the law protects her job.
Every servicemember has the right to reemployment in his civilian job if he timely returns from a qualifying military leave. If his employer can’t handle the truth, the servicemember better get an attorney.