As previously reported in Spotlight, last month the California Supreme Court refused to review the appeal court ruling in Gonzalez v. Downtown LA Motors.  In that case, the appellate court ruled that the minimum hourly wage must be paid for each and every hour worked, no matter how the employee is normally compensated.

Jason Resnick

WG and our industry allies are working to stop the passage of the UFW bill SB 25 (Steinberg, D-Sacramento) when it is considered on the Assembly Floor. This bill eliminates the need for employers and employees to bargain and will result in perpetual mediation. The following points highlight the problems with SB 25.

Matthew Allen

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