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Law360, New York (July 26, 2016, 11:55 AM ET) — Scott Liner

Tiffany Caterina Beginning in January 2014, the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights (DWBR) established new rights for household employees who previously did not share the same protections that other workers possessed in California, including rights to overtime, meal and rest periods and the right to a documented pay stub.

Despite the fact that it has been over two years since the new law was enacted, many household employers are still unaware of their employment obligations and the risks associated with the same. As a…

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