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Category: General

Labor Code 132a & How to Fight Back Against Retaliation

Published on July 28, 2022

California’s Labor Code 132(a) forbids employers from retaliating against employees who have filed or intend to file for workers’ compensation payments. Employers who do this, risk criminal prosecution for a misdemeanor offense under  | Read More » |

Tips For Choosing the Best Employment Law Attorney in California

Published on July 26, 2022

It can be challenging to function in an office environment when an employer or employee takes a matter to court. Often, you will be under pressure to make a number of judgments in these situations, and a qualified employment law attorney in California can  | Read More » |

Whistleblowing under California Employment Laws

Published on July 25, 2022

Employees who report workplace misconduct are protected by California whistleblowing law. According to one of the best whistleblower attorneys, these laws specifically protect employees’ retaliation for exposing misdeeds in the workplace. Whistleblowing  | Read More » |

How a Class Action Lawsuit Works

Published on July 25, 2022

A class-action lawsuit is filed by plaintiffs with a similar claim against a common defendant. In personal injury law, a class action is a legal action filed by a group of people with similar claims against one party, usually a corporation, company,  | Read More » |

Tips for Finding the Best Employment Lawyer in California

Published on June 28, 2022

For most professionals, several situations may arise that necessitate the expert advice and representation of an employment lawyer, ranging from unfair job loss to workplace bullying. Given the prevalence of workplace hostility and wrongful termination  | Read More » |

Grounds for Wrongful Termination in California

Published on June 16, 2022

California employers can fire at-will employees with or without a reason. However, firing an employee for unlawful reasons is considered wrongful termination. Should this situation happen, the unlawfully terminated employee can search online  | Read More » |

Exceptions to California’s At-Will Employment Rule

Published on June 10, 2022

The “at-will” employment rule states that employers can terminate the services of employees at any time, for any reason or none. According to a California employment attorney, California’s Labor Code presumes that all employment contracts are  | Read More » |

Prohibited Unfair Practices under Employment Law

Published on June 10, 2022

The employee rights California labor law prohibits discriminating against employees based on their race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, and others. Also, retaliation or revenge against employees for airing their grievances is prohibited.  | Read More » |

Benefits of Hiring an Employment Lawyer in California

Published on May 27, 2022

A lot of times your rights as an employee are being violated and you have no idea that it is happening. Understanding your rights and obligations as an employee can be complicated. That is why there are employment lawyers Southern California.   | Read More » |

California Laws on Employer Use of Arrest and Conviction Records

Published on May 25, 2022

In California, criminal records could lock ex-convicts out of certain job opportunities and be denied housing in specific neighborhoods. Your potential employer could screen your criminal background or ask for your criminal history during your job  | Read More » |