California has a long list of laws that protect employees from employers based in California. This blog provides three examples of wrongful termination from California employers. California is an “at will” employment state which means that the employer or...
Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 701 in late October 2021. The new law covers the use of quotas as used by segments of employment often set in a warehouse setting. A quota is a performance rating under which an employer’s expectation is used when an...
What is a Mass Layoff? California labor law provides considerable protections for employees and their families, requiring employers to adhere to certain standards with regards to hiring, employment and termination. One important labor and employment law in California...
Employee Background Checks and Ban The Box Law California employers that conduct background checks on job applicants are required to comply with a range of federal and state requirements and failure to do so could result in a lawsuit. If you have a criminal record,...
Based in California, we focus exclusively on employment law, protecting employees' rights. We handle a broad range of employment disputes including wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour issues, among others.
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