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Retaliation

Your employer cannot wrongfully retaliate against you because you engaged in protected conduct.  This means that your employer cannot fire you or demote you for complaining or exercising your legal rights.  Protected conduct includes: complaining to Human Resources, gov…

Disability & Leave Rights

The State of California has made it an explicit public policy goal to promote equal employment opportunities for workers with disabilities and serious medical conditions, and to allow employees to take medical and family leave time when necessary throughout their working lives whi…

Sexual Harassment

Your Rights Under California State Law Prohibit Sexual Harassment in Employment Updated 2022 California state law prohibits employers from harassing any employee, applicant, independent contractor, or unpaid intern or volunteer on the basis of their sex or gender.  If yo…

Harassment

Your Rights Under California State Law Prohibiting Harassment in Employment In addition to prohibiting harassment based on sex or gender, California state law also prohibits employers from harassing any employee, applicant, independent contractor, or unpaid intern or …

Pregnancy Rights

Your Rights Under California State Laws Protecting Pregnant Workers California state law prohibits employers from harassing or discriminating against any employee or job applicant because of pregnancy, childbirth or any related medical condition. Updated …

Wage & Hour

California’s wage and hour laws are extremely complex.  Fortunately, we can provide you with expert advice.  If you are an hourly employee, you are entitled to overtime/doubletime, rest breaks, meal or lunch breaks, reimbursements, timely payment of wages, and many oth…

Discrimination

Your Rights Under California State Law Prohibit Discrimination in Employment California state law prohibits employers from discriminating against any employee or job applicant on the basis of a wide variety of protected categories, including sex and/or gender, sexual …

Severance Agreements

What is a Severance Agreement, and Why Is My Employer Offering Me One? While California law does not ordinarily require it, employers may voluntarily choose to offer severance pay to an employee who is being terminated. Updated 2022 An employer may choos…

Wrongful Termination

Your employer cannot wrongfully terminate your employment for an illegal reason such as: complaining about or reporting unlawful conduct, refusing to do something illegal, taking medical or FMLA/CFRA leave, reporting workplace harassment (sex, sexual orientation, race, a…

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