An Employer’s Duty To Provide Meal Periods and Rest Periods – What The California Supreme Court’s Brinker Decision Means For You
The California Supreme Court has clarified employers' obligations to provide and enforce meal and rest periods for workers in the unanimous ruling of Brinker Restaurant Corporation v. Superior Court.
Hear from speaker Richard N. Hill, Shareholder, Littler on the decision and its implications for employers at the May Public Policy Forum.
This presentation will offer practical tips to Chamber members that include:
What should be included in a policy regarding meal periods and rest periods?
What should an employer (large or small) due to minimize its risk of being sued for allegedly failing to provide meal periods and rest periods?
Speaker Richard N. Hill practices in all areas of labor and employment law. He appears in both state and federal courts and has argued before the United States Supreme Court. He also regularly practices before the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the California Labor Commissioner. Richard represents numerous multiemployer bargaining associations in the construction industry and has served as a Taft-Hartley Pension Fund and Health and Welfare Trustee for more than 20 years. He regularly represents construction industry employers with regard to collective bargaining, arbitrations, trust fund issues and prevailing wage issues.
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