“Intern” – California employers think they can stick that label on every new employee. It’s not so simple.
On TV, maids and other live-ins work for free. In real life, California law entitles them to the minimum wage, overtime, and rest.
Santa Monica voters rejected a hotel worker living wage ordinance by 745 votes in 2012. Now hotel workers can make more without it.
Many ranchers don’t treat sheepherders much better than they treat sheep. Luckily, California law protects sheepherders.
In California, a split shift shouldn’t be a splitting headache. California law entitles you to a split shift premium.