Reimbursement Basics for CA Employers

Reimbursement Basics for CA Employers

California businesses must review and ensure they are reimbursing employees for business-related expenses. Zaller Law Group Senior Counsel, Veenita Raj, discusses common issues regarding expense reimbursement and some best practices for employers. More information about a 2015 case regarding employee cell phone reimbursement can be found on our blog here:

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Anthony Zaller is an employment litigation attorney and founding partner of the firm, Zaller Law Group. Primarily focused on helping businesses and entrepreneurs navigate California’s complex employment and business laws, Anthony advises his clients through litigation, governmental agency investigations, and legal compliance issues. He has litigated wage and hour class actions for claims of unpaid wages, missed breaks, unpaid overtime, unreimbursed business expenses, and Private Attorney General Act (“PAGA”) representative actions, among other issues. Anthony has also successfully litigated many single plaintiff employment cases including claims of wage and hour violations, breach of contract, wrongful termination, sexual and racial harassment, discrimination, unfair competition, and misappropriation of trade secrets and embezzlement.

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