Determining whether your worker is an independent contractor or an employee can be a delicate balancing act. Several companies, including famously Uber, Lyft, and GrubHub have been in court recently to argue that their workers were in fact independent contractors, and not employees. There are a multitude of tests used at the federal and […]
In both California and Washington, employers must provide employees with certain information about the employee’s pay. In general, these are pretty straightforward, but that’s no reason to get lax about making sure each statement is in compliance. California In California, a pay stub must be made available to the employee at the same time as […]
Just in case you missed it, the January issue of the North County Lawyer includes an article about employee equity. This is just the introduction, expect more soon!
There can be a lot of confusion about what a salary is, and what it means. Sometimes, employers and employees will use “salaried” work as a status symbol, so that those workers on salary are marked out as somehow more important than hourly workers. Occasionally, both employers and employees will want to be on salary […]