9th Circuit Gives Employers More Flexibility to Fight 'Day-Of-Rest' Claims
In August, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit affirmed a lower court ruling dismissing “day of rest” claims brought by two former Nordstrom employees. In the article, "9th Circuit Gives Employers More Flexibility to Fight 'Day-Of-Rest' Claims," featured in Legal News Line, Katherine Sandberg provides commentary on why this ruling is beneficial for employers.
“This decision is interesting because it contradicts California trends of anti-employer, pro-employee regulations and rulings," said Sandberg.
Sandberg added, “With this ruling, employers are able to have an employee work as many as 12 days in a row, and that’s totally fine under the court’s interpretation of the labor code.”
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