On February 4, 2019, a divided panel of the California Court of Appeal issued their majority and dissenting opinion in Ward v. Tilly’s, Inc. It appears to be a precedent-setting decision in California, holding that an employee scheduled for an on-call shift may be entitled to certain wages for that shift despite never physically reporting
Meal Periods with Travel Restrictions May Be Compensable
By Michael D. Thompson on
Posted in FLSA Coverage, General wage hour, Wage and Hour Policies
In Naylor v. Securiguard, Inc., the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that an employer may be required to compensate employees for meal breaks if the employees are required to spend a significant portion of that period traveling to a required break area.
Securiguard employees guarded several gates to a Naval air station. …