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#1 tqSTARLITE

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 01:42 PM

What is the statute of limitations on a labor dispute in California? Is there a special agency a non-profit organization can file a grievance, or request a hearing? If a non-profit who ran an On-the-job-training program,was unfairly described as an employer, and now has been sued by the trainees for non-payment of wages,when the agency that sent the trainees were the ones that are supposed to pay these people, What can the non-profit do to vacate the judgments against them, and make sure the trainees get the pay for their time in the OJT program?

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 01:55 PM

What is the statute of limitations on a labor dispute in California?


You may wish to read the California Statutes of Limitations as a good resource.
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#3 pg1067

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 07:00 AM

What is the statute of limitations on a labor dispute in California?


Depends on the nature of the dispute.


Is there a special agency a non-profit organization can file a grievance, or request a hearing?


There are a number of agencies (how "special" they are is, I suppose, a matter of opinion) that might handle "labor disputes." Again, it depends on what's happening.


If a non-profit who ran an On-the-job-training program,was unfairly described as an employer, and now has been sued by the trainees for non-payment of wages,when the agency that sent the trainees were the ones that are supposed to pay these people, What can the non-profit do to vacate the judgments against them, and make sure the trainees get the pay for their time in the OJT program?


There's a lot going on with this "sentence," but your post is largely devoid of facts. Obviously, if this "non-profit" has been sued, then it needs to hire a lawyer to defend itself. If judgments have already been entered, the chances of getting them vacated are relatively slim. But, again, it depends on the relevant facts and circumstances.




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