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Not Following These Tips Could Result in Job Termination for Using Social Media

Posted on: July 22, 2021

The use of social media by employees has grown increasingly widespread, with many facing disciplinary action, if not termination, as a result of their posts. Every week, it seems as though there is a new story about someone who has been fired because of something that they have said on the internet. Posting, tweeting, or […] read more →

Why Do Some Workers’ Compensation Cases Take So Long? Get a Legal Opinion

Posted on: July 19, 2021

Injured employees often wonder why their attorneys are taking such a long time to complete their cases, and many mistakenly believe they are to blame for all of the delays in the process. Workers’ compensation attorneys experience the same kinds of difficulties as their customers. Workers’ compensation attorneys in California have very little control over […] read more →

Why it Matters if You Are Erroneously Classified as a Contract Worker

Posted on: July 14, 2021

More people than ever before are employed in the so-called “gig economy.” Workers who conduct freelance work online or contract with businesses like Uber or Lyft to provide taxi services are generally classed as independent contractors, regardless of whether they work for themselves or for a company. However, as recent lawsuits have demonstrated, they may […] read more →

Working While Receiving SSDI: Get the Facts from an Experienced Attorney

Posted on: July 8, 2021

Even while part-time work is authorized for both applicants and beneficiaries of Social Security Disability Insurance payments, it may not always be beneficial. An experienced social security disability attorney can assist you in determining if you should continue to work part-time while applying for or receiving SSDI payments. Contact at for assistance. While applying for […] read more →

Yes, Men Can Be the Victims of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Posted on: July 5, 2021

An increasing percentage of males are reporting that they are being sexually harassed at work, by both male and female co-workers and supervisors. Yes, it is possible for men to be sexually harassed at work. A woman being harassed or propositioned by a male coworker, supervisor, or employer is what comes to most people’s minds […] read more →

Can Children Qualify for Social Security Disability in California?

Posted on: June 25, 2021

The world of Social Security disability benefits might be complicated. Adults may find the procedure challenging and frustrating, as initial applications are frequently refused (especially those filed without the help of a Social Security Disability benefits attorney), and many people must go through the appeals process. The Social Security Administration (SSA) considers not just a […] read more →

Can Your Employer Terminate You for Taking a Vacation?

Posted on: June 23, 2021

In the United States, taking a summer vacation is considered a rite of passage. Getting away from the stresses of regular life, whether to the beach, the mountains, or somewhere else completely, is healthy for your spirit. Many Americans, however, are unable to take vacations owing to financial constraints or a lack of paid vacation […] read more →

Find Your Answer: What is the Legality of Recording Conversations at Work?

Posted on: June 21, 2021

Clients frequently ask seasoned employment lawyers: may you record a discussion at work? Clients frequently want the ability to record abusive or discriminating statements made by coworkers, bosses, or others. While this is reasonable, depending on where you reside and where the possible discussion is recorded, it may not always be allowed to record someone. […] read more →

Get the Truth: Does an Employer Have to Protect Their Workers from Harassing Customers?

Posted on: June 18, 2021

Videos of unsettling occurrences, whether involving police contacts or situations in stores or restaurants, appear to be going viral on a daily basis today. In May 2018, a New York City attorney shouted at two Manhattan deli employees for not speaking English. They went so far as to threaten to call immigration. For many employees, […] read more →

Is it Legal in California to Be Fired for Refusing to Do Dangerous Work?

Posted on: June 16, 2021

There are certain occupations that are inherently risky, or ones that put individuals in danger more frequently than others. People who work with heavy machinery or hazardous chemicals, for example, are more likely to be injured at work than those who work at a desk. Workers might decline to undertake particular occupations even though they […] read more →

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