|In a recent ruling the California Supreme Court said: "We hold that when employees must use their personal cell phones for work-related calls, Labor Code section 28021 requires the employer to reimburse them. Whether the employees have cell phone plans with unlimited minutes or limited minutes, the reimbursement owed is a reasonable percentage of their cell phone bills."|
David Johnson at Forrester wrote a brief on why this ruling won't stem BYOD: Brief: California's Employee Reimbursement Ruling Won't Stem BYOD
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