The railroad industry’s practice of “flip-flopping” train conductors’ work schedules has caused several deadly train derailments in recent years. California law derails that practice.
You get what you pay for, but sometimes, you pay more because of your gender. Luckily, price discrimination is illegal.
In California, kids who do door-to-door and street sales can get adult-sized civil penalties from those who exploit them.
Santa Monica voters rejected a hotel worker living wage ordinance by 745 votes in 2012. Now hotel workers can make more without it.
California employers label every kid in I.T. a “computer professional” to avoid paying overtime. It’s not so simple.