Employee Handbook Revamp Brings Company into Compliance with CA Law

A convenience store chain requested assistance in updating the employee handbook, and its wage and hour policies and procedures, for its California employees.  After a review of the old handbook, counsel determined that several of the company’s wage and hour policies were not up-to-date, subjecting the company to potential liability under the Labor Code.  A revamping of the employee handbook brought the company in compliance with California law and allowed it to implement the proper training for its managers.

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Karimah J. Lamar

Related Industries

  • Restaurants, Food, and Beverage

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