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  • CA law is kind of convoluted and it's been 20 years since I had employees there, but if I am reading the break law right this is not okay; they would need a second break in the afternoon.

    Now, that being said, your first break is longer than it needs to be - the breaks only have to be...
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  • cbg
    replied to General Salary Question
    Yes, PTO is considered a benefit. It is NOT a protected benefit at the Federal level, and how protected it is at the state level is state specific. Your state has few if any protections.

    There are six situations in which an employer may dock an exempt employee's pay under Federal law:...
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  • cbg
    replied to General Salary Question
    A few basic points;

    "Salaried" is just a pay method and has no legal standing of its own. What matters is exempt or non-exempt. If you are exempt, then you are never, under any circumstances whatsoever, due a single penny over your regular salary regardless of how many, or how...
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  • cbg
    replied to How iron-clad is my non-compete?
    Looks like this post is several months old, but if I had seen it at the time I would have told the poster that contract interpretation is beyond the scope of a message board and he should show his non-compete to a local attorney.
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  • cbg
    replied to GA - Hourly Travel Questions
    I'm very, very rusty on travel compensation and it was never my strong point. I'll see if I can get a friend who knows it better to comment. In the meantime, this may get your started.

    https://www.dol.gov/general/topic/workhours/traveltime
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  • cbg
    replied to Michigan UI Employer Relocated/Sold Business
    Excessive travel IS very subjective, and it is going to be state- and situation specific. However, while I am not a member of the Michigan UI Commission and therefore cannot carve anything for you in stone, I think it's unlikely that a commute of 45 miles each way is going to be found reasonable.
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  • cbg
    replied to Michigan UI Employer Relocated/Sold Business
    While you may not have gone through the application process with the new employer, it is possible that the terms of sale included the employees as an asset. However, I don't think you have anything to worry about. Simply contact them and explain that the business was sold and that the new location...
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