For national employers with workers in California, a single employee may now sue on behalf of all workers to recover state labor penalties for alleged wage and meal-break violations without having to qualify as a class action, a court has ruled.

The results can be very costly for employers because the Labor Code imposes penalties up to $100 per employee for each violation, and $200 per employee for each pay period for continued violation.

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