Employers triumph in two noteworthy wage-hour cases, while the state Supreme Court takes a broad view of the statute of limitations under state discrimination laws. Read below for our brief summary of these and other developments for July 2021.

  1. California Supreme Court clarifies statute of limitations for FEHA claims
  2. Court of appeals finds that employer’s compensation program does not violate California’s distinctive “no wage borrowing” rule
  3. California court of appeals clarifies how the overtime rate can be listed on employees’ wage statements
  4. The NLRB rules that solicitation of mail ballots is objectionable conduct in a board election
  5. Missed break periods must be paid at overtime rates

That's a wrap. See you next month for another top five developments for California employers.


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