California Dealership HR Bootcamp Part II
$49 CNCDA Members
August 18th at 5 pm PST
In Part II, John Boggs and Dave Reese of Fine, Boggs & Perkins LLP will address perhaps the most-common claims filed against dealerships over all other claims– California’s Wage and Hour Nightmare. In Part II, they will outline the current trends/rules in wage and hour lawsuits and how to avoid them, including discussion and solutions for the following:
- Changes to Interpretation on “Hours Worked” including de minimis duties (e.g., changing uniforms at work and changes to the “De Minimis time “rules, stand-by time, home web-based training, leads while off duty/site, and travel time).
- Labor Code Section 226: The rules on itemized wage statements and common trivial errors that lead to huge liability.
- Labor Code Section 2802 Reimbursement/Indemnification rules including cell phone use, vehicle use, home electronics for telework, etc.
- Meal Breaks and Rest Periods: Can they be waived? Does the dealer have to enforce compliance? What can we do to protect ourselves?
- Payroll Deductions: Legal Payroll Deductions, Failure to return or loss/damage of Uniform and Tools/Equipment, Cash Shortage, Lot Damage, etc..
- Equal Pay and its impact on Private Attorney General Act claims
- Overtime and the Exemptions: Common mistakes and how to fix them now!
- Private Attorney General Act/Class Actions: Ways to avoid the catastrophic loss based on minor violations. How Viking River Cruises changes the landscape– for now.
- Real-Life Questions