Unsafe workplace worker in hardhat outside on construction site
Employment Law May 22nd, 2024
What Is Considered An Unsafe Workplace?
In 2022, more than 500 workers died from work-related injuries in California. Millions more suffered a work-related injury or illness. Even if you have a dangerous job, you are entitled to a safe workplace. If you have suffered an injury or illness due to an unsafe workplace, you may be able to collect extra worker’s compensation.
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Cut wages-woman sitting on cracked piggy bank
Pay and overtime issues May 17th, 2024
Is It Legal For My Boss To Cut My Wages?
If you are like most workers, you depend on the money you earn – and you probably have bills and financial obligations that you need to meet. Budgeting helps, of course, but what happens when your employer abruptly cuts your hours or wages? You might wonder how you’ll make ends meet. You might even wonder if that’s even legal. In some cases, it’s not.
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equal pay and anti retaliation act- man being pointed to
Pay and overtime issues May 7th, 2024
3 Things To Know About The Equal Pay and Anti-Retaliation Act
Has your employer retaliated against you for doing something you are legally allowed to do? You should know about California’s new Equal Pay and Anti-Retaliation Act. California law allows workers to engage in certain conduct and even protects their rights to engage in this conduct without fear of retaliation from their employers.
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Wage and hour. Person on top of clock
Wage & Hour Laws April 26th, 2024
3 Big Wage And Hour Mistakes California Employers Make
Many mistakes employers make involve “wage and hour” laws, which set rules regulating how much workers must be paid and how many hours they can work.
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Employee rights- person at counter thinking
Employment Law April 17th, 2024
3 Common Mistakes Workers Make When Managing Their Employee Rights in the Workplace
Most employees work hard to avoid making mistakes on the job. One of the biggest mistakes they make, though, is not properly managing their employee rights in their workplace.
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5 Termination Laws
Wrongful Termination April 10th, 2024
Were You Fired? Here Are 5 Termination Laws In California You Need To Know
Termination laws regulate what happens when your job comes to an end. Federal termination laws make it illegal to fire someone for their race, gender, and age, for example, or for reporting illegal or unsafe workplace practices.
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Employment Law March 27th, 2024
Emil Davtyan, Richard S. Rosenberg and Todd B. Scherwin Share Insights on Labor & Employment Law
"[PTO] trends not only benefit employees but can also enhance organizational productivity and morale, as well-supported employees are likely to be more engaged and committed to their work.” - Emil Davtyan
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Independent Contractor rights- hands handing payment
Employment Law March 22nd, 2024
What Are My Rights as an Independent Contractor in CA?
Being an independent contractor is quite different from being in an employee-employer relationship. Unlike traditional employees, independent contractors in California complete projects independently, without the company controlling how and when they do it.
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