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CA Court of Appeal Issues Decision Impacting Employer Scheduling Practices Featured

  08 February 2019
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A California Court of Appeal has ruled in Ward v. Tilly, that a scheduling practice used by many employers in which employees are required to call in ahead of time to confirm if they must report to work, is unlawful, unless the employee is paid reporting time pay, even if the employee does not need to report to the worksite.

Therefore, California employers who require employees to call in before their shift to confirm if they must report to work, must pay that employee a minimum of two hours of reporting time pay, even if the employee is advised there is no need to report to work. Read more here.