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Notice the special treatment for those with a collective bargaining agreement.

Lots more at the source, of course.

1 posted on 12/31/2013 6:37:07 AM PST by gortklattu
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Flee KaliPornia. It is dead and rotting.


2 posted on 12/31/2013 6:48:52 AM PST by fwdude ( You cannot compromise with that which you must defeat.)
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what your business needs to know in California is the roads run both ways, take the right hand lanes to the east.


3 posted on 12/31/2013 6:49:03 AM PST by Mouton (The insurrection laws perpetuate what we have for a government now.)
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Those employees with a collective bargaining agreement don’t have to worry about the car wash owner refusing to pay their wages. Makes sense to me. The bond is to make sure payroll is covered. If the labor board has to step in, there will be a bond in place to make sure the contract with a non represented employee is honored.


4 posted on 12/31/2013 6:50:24 AM PST by gunsequalfreedom (Conservative is not a label of convenience. It is a guide to your actions.)
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Protections in California Based on Immigration Status

Prohibited Retaliation

An additional aspect of AB 263 (discussed above) is its prohibition of “unfair immigration-related practices” when an employee asserts any rights protected by the California Labor Code or by any local ordinance applicable to employees. “Unfair immigration-related practices” include: (1) requesting more or different documentation than is sufficient under federal law governing employment verification, or refusing to honor such documents that on their face reasonably appear to be genuine, (2) misusing the E-Verify system, (3) threatening to file or the filing of a false police report, and (4) threatening to contact or contacting immigration authorities. Significantly, AB 263 creates a private right of action and provides for recovery of attorneys’ fees by a prevailing employee or other person “who is the subject of an unfair immigration-document practice.”


6 posted on 12/31/2013 7:14:44 AM PST by Haddit
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To: gortklattu

About the only thing Cali has left going for it is a nice moderate climate and beautiful natural areas. Looks like everything just sucks.


8 posted on 12/31/2013 7:57:43 AM PST by upchuck (My Internet addiction is so bad... it's alt of ctrl.)
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I know someone who owns a car wash in SF.
Makes enough $$$ to keep herself sustained but thats about it.


9 posted on 12/31/2013 10:10:37 AM PST by Zathras
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