Category Archives: Employment Law

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Are Your Employment Policies Up To Date?

Rose-Ellen Fairgrieve, Fairgrieve Law Office As a business owner, there is much to keep on top of. Insurance, office space, technology, cash flow, not necessarily in that order. That doesn’t…

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The Problem with Unpaid Interns

Sonya Smallets, Minnis & Smallets As summer approaches, many small law firms receive emails from students interested in summer internships. Some students offer to work for free to gain experience….

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“No Sleeping on the Job!” California Supreme Court Rules Sleep Time Must be Compensated in Certain Industries

By Reno F.R. Fernandez III, Macdonald | Fernandez LLP In Mendiola v. CPS Security Solutions, No. S212704 (Cal. January 8, 2015), the Supreme Court of California ruled that employers cannot exclude sleep time…