Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees

The Fair Labor Standards Act establishes guidelines for documenting work hours and rules for paying exempt and non-exempt employees. The FLSA provides a minimum wage and overtime exemption for employees in the following fields/positions: Executive Administrative Professional Outside Sales Computer-related occupations However, job titles alone do not determine exempt status. The employee’s specific job duties and salary…

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California Employee Leave

Under California law, businesses are required to provide employees with the following leaves of absence: Sick Leave: All employees are eligible. Employees earn a minimum of 1 hour of sick pay for every 30 hours worked. Employees get 24 hours of sick leave per year. California Pregnancy Disability Leave: Employees are eligible if Employer has 5…

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Evicting Tenants From Your Hotel

Serve the tenant with a notice to quit. A 30 day notice to quit can be issued if a month to month tenant has lived in the unit for under a year. A 60 day notice is required has occupied the unit for over a year. If a tenant does not vacate the premises on/or…

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Avoid ADA Website Lawsuits

Ensure you have the following details on your website: There must be an ADA Room Type listed on your website, all OTAs, and Franchise website. List all the accessible features your hotel common areas and guest rooms have. State a Policy that the Hotel will reserve ADA rooms for guests with ADA needs or rent…

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Protect Your Business From Bed Bug Lawsuits

1. Have a paper trail: Get real time Employee Statements, Guest Statements, Pictures, Pest Control Report. 2. Pest Control Service: Should be Insured and Certified in Bed Bug Service. Should inspect and provide an Inspection Report of the room as bed bugs are reported. 3. Refunds: If you refund a guest, get a settlement/waiver of…

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