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What is Considered Wrongful Termination?
What is Considered Wrongful Termination?

No doubt your job is important to you in more ways than one. You may enjoy the work you do as well as rely on the income from your job to support yourself and your family. But what happens if you suddenly find yourself terminated from your job without a valid reason? Even ...

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Blog posts in Employment Law

  • National Labor Relations Board Says Uber Drivers Are Not Employees

    For years, Uber drivers have been fighting to gain employment rights and protections, and Uber has been resisting each step of the way. In an ...

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  • What is Discrimination in the Workplace?

    Discrimination in the workplace can come in many forms. While some may be obvious, other types of discrimination can fall under the radar. Employees ...

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  • Important Things Employers Should Take Away from the “Varsity Blues” College Fraud Admissions Scandal

    The recent “Varsity Blues” scandal that has been eating up headlines lately is an excellent reminder that employers need to take the time to reexamine ...

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  • Warning Signs of Workplace Discrimination

    No one wants to work in a hostile environment, and the law is designed to keep employees protected from such behavior. However, discrimination in the ...

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  • U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Files Lawsuit Under EPA

    Last month, the players on the U.S. women’s national soccer team filed a lawsuit against the United States Soccer Federation. The lawsuit, which was ...

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  • Starbucks Off-the-Clock Work Case

    Employers in the state of California have been dealing with lawsuits in recent years over small amounts of time employees spend on minor tasks before ...

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  • California's Governor Signs New Employment Laws for 2019

    On September 30th, 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed and vetoed bills that will substantially alter the employment laws for businesses ...

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  • Human Trafficking Notices for Employers

    The Office of the Attorney General has come out with updated human trafficking notices for employers in the state of California. California state law ...

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  • How Much Is a Wage or Overtime Case Worth?

    Employers are legally obligated to pay workers their regular pay rate for all of the non-overtime hours they work. If an employee performs overtime ...

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