|Jan. 22, 2017 | www.fisherphillips.com|
California employers continue to struggle with how to comply with their obligation to provide meal and rest periods to their non-exempt employees. Although the California Supreme Court’s groundbreaking Brinker decision from 2012 provided some guidance regarding the timing of meal and rest periods, specific questions can still be difficult to answer. A recent California appellate court case has provided employers with additional guidance on this issue.