California Employment Law
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I regret JustAnswer has this kind of policy not allow to establish a client-lawyer relationship. But anyway, I am happy I obtianed what I need, I will make agreement by myself. Thank you very much. Greatly appreciate.
One more question: Because we have allowed our front desk employee to do "on-duty meal" when there is no backup person since I took over this hotel, so, can I make this agreement be effective since then? if yes, how do I write this term on agreement? If no, what should I do to avoid my employee file in a claim for past "On-duty Meal"? Thank you very much.
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