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ARE SHOES REIMBURSABLE BUSINESS EXPENSES?

Woman showing ankle, 1908 A California appellate court recently addressed whether BJ’s Restaurants (BJ’s) improperly failed to reimburse its employees for the purchase of slip-resistant shoes. Server Krista Townley sued on behalf of herself and other similarly-affected hourly co-workers alleging BJ’s Restaurants (BJ’s) required them to wear black, slip-resistant, close-toed shoes for safety reasons without […]

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Employee Road Trips and Other Work-Related Expenses

California Businesses Must Reimburse for Employment-Related Use of Personal Vehicles, Phones and More A California employer must reimburse the expenses its workers “necessarily” incur as part of their jobs (Labor Code Section 2802). On the other hand, a business generally has no such obligation for an employee’s costs that enables him or her to appear […]

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