California Supreme Court Rules that Meal- and Rest-Period Premiums Constitute Wages

California Supreme Court Rules that Meal- and Rest-Period Premiums Constitute Wages

Earlier this week, in the latest of a line of cases expanding the scope of potential liability for California employers in wage-and-hour litigation, the California Supreme Court ruled that premiums owed to employees for violations of the meal and rest break requirements constitute wages under California law.

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