What a Day of Rest Means in California

In the article “What a Day of Rest Means in California,” employment attorney, David Goldman states that if on any one day an employee works more than six hours, a day of rest must be provided during that workweek. This particular controversy arose in a lawsuit by former employees of Nordstrom Inc. who worked in California, in a case entitled Mendoza v. Nordstrom.

This article was originally published in the August/September 2017 issue of Today’s General Counsel.