Tag: Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

Employing Caregivers and Advising Those Who Do – A Podcast with Bob King

Families often pay straight hourly wages to in home caregivers.  But paying $18 an hour to a caregiver for a twelve hour shift may end up costing the family much more.  As noted in a prior post, California law classifies in home caregivers as employees and they must be paid in accord with wage and … Continue Reading

California Wage and Hour Lawsuits Spreading to Mom’s Living Room

In a recent post, we discussed the hazards, from a tax reporting perspective, of erroneously treating California caregivers as independent contractors as opposed to employees.  If a caregiver is an employee (as is often the case), her employer also must comply with the various wage and hour rules that apply to the employment relationship. Many … Continue Reading
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