California Ruling on BYOD

by Amitabh Sinha on Aug 27, 2014 6:28:00 AM


In a recent ruling the California Supreme Court said: "We hold that when employees must use their personal cell phones for work-relatedcalls, 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

Rana Kanaan, our own VP of Products, was recently interviewed by the local NBC News affiliate. See her interview here.



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Amitabh has more than twenty years of experience across enterprise software, end user computing, mobile, and database software. Amitabh co-founded Workspot with Puneet Chawla and Ty Wang in August 2012. Prior to Workspot, Amitabh was the General Manager for Enterprise Desktops and Apps at Citrix Systems. In his five years at Citrix, Amitabh was VP Product Management for XenDesktop and VP Engineering for the Advanced Solutions Group. Amitabh has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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