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Workplace Retaliation February 21st, 2024
Does California Have A Whistleblower Law?
Are you aware of illegal activities at your place of work, but are worried about losing your job, ruining your reputation, or possibly even going to jail? You might be glad to know that California has whistleblower laws to help protect people who want to shine a spotlight on wrongdoings or injustice.
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Protected Leave February 14th, 2024
Is Bereavement Leave Protected in California?
The loss of a loved one and grief may be a life-changing event that can affect your ability to do your job. For years, workers were at the mercy of their employers when it came to bereavement leave. Under a newly passed law, many employers in California must now grant time off for employees who have lost a family member.
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Wrongful Termination February 7th, 2024
3 Important Things You Can Do If You Suspect Wrongful Termination
Wrongful termination can be devastating. Losing your job can leave your household struggling financially, and it may also harm your professional reputation. If you think you have been wrongfully terminated in California, you may be able to take legal action.
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Workplace discrimination
Discrimination and Harassment January 26th, 2024
What is Considered Discrimination in the Workplace?
Do you feel like something is wrong at your job, but you are not sure if it is workplace discrimination? We understand – it can take many years of legal training and experience to identify what legally constitutes discrimination. When in doubt, you should contact an experienced employment attorney.
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Pay and overtime issues January 19th, 2024
Bonus Pay- 3 Interesting Facts
Under California law, a bonus is defined as “Money promised to an employee in addition to the monthly salary, hourly wage, commission or piece rate, which are usually due as compensation. Bonuses are in addition to any other remuneration rate and may be predicated on performance over and above that which is paid for hours worked, pieces made, or sales completed.”
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Employment Law January 17th, 2024
D.Law Reaches New Heights in 2023, Looks Ahead To An Even Greater 2024
Employment law firm D.Law celebrated an incredibly successful year, sharing highlights of a wide range of 2023 accomplishments with staff and guests at a December holiday gathering held at their future headquarters in Pasadena.
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Employment Law January 11th, 2024
4 New Employment Laws That Can Affect You in 2024
Employment laws in California are evaluated, changed, and created annually. 2024 brings new laws that can directly affect workers in The Golden State. Here is an overview of just three of the changes in the law that employees need to know about.
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Leaves of absence December 19th, 2023
Can I Be Fired During Disability Leave?
If you are like many workers, you might wonder if you can be fired while on disability leave. The answer is – it’s complicated. Fortunately, our employment lawyers at D.Law can help you determine if your employer may legally fire you while taking disability leave.
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