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Understanding the Legal Definition of Race Discrimination in the Workplace: Have You Been a Victim?

Posted on: April 15, 2022

Racial slurs, derogatory statements regarding a person’s race or color, racial jokes, mocking, intimidation, or the exhibition of racially offensive symbols, items, or pictures constitute racial harassment in the workplace. Racial harassment may make a workplace unpleasant, uncomfortable, or insulting, and it can affect an employee’s performance. A supervisor, coworker, or client/customer can all be […] read more →

What is Discrimination? Get the Facts from an Employment Law Attorney in California

Posted on: April 12, 2022

Despite the existence of several federal, state, and municipal laws prohibiting workplace discrimination and requiring equal rights for all employees, the rules are not always enforced. Institutional racism, ageism, bigotry, sexism, and other types of discrimination continue to persist, affecting millions of Americans not just in their everyday lives but also in the workplace. Discrimination […] read more →

Women Being Paid Less than Their Male Counterpoints is a Great Example of Sex and Gender Discrimination in the Workplace

Posted on: April 5, 2022

“How much do you earn now?” “How much do you anticipate to get paid?” “How much did you make at your last job?” These have always been expected questions at any job interview for many job seekers. However, beginning of January 1st, 2018, California companies were prohibited from asking inquiries about previous wage, according to […] read more →

Are Web Cams an Answer to Reduce Elder Abuse or Nothing More Than an Invasion of Privacy?

Posted on: March 25, 2022

According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, the United States has up to 6 million incidents of elder abuse each year. California accounts for over 660,000 of these occurrences, or about 11% of all instances. These figures are alarming whether you have a loved one in a nursing home or are considering a long-term […] read more →

Can I Work if I Am Receiving SSDI Benefits?

Posted on: March 22, 2022

The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program is a federally funded program that assists people who are unable to work due to a significant illness, accident, or disability. It is the applicant’s obligation to demonstrate that you are unable to undertake “substantial gainful activity” while applying for SSDI. In other words, you have been unable […] read more →

Filing a Product Liability Claim Might Be an Option if You Have Been Injured by a Dangerous or Defective Product

Posted on: March 16, 2022

We utilize a wide range of items on a daily basis. We get up, switch off the alarm clock, check our phones, and make a pot of coffee to start our day. We may have used a dozen or more items — and ingested many more — before leaving for work. Each of these consumer […] read more →

How Long Does the Average Workers’ Compensation Case Take in California?

Posted on: March 11, 2022

Anyone who has been injured on the job knows how difficult it is. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system that may help employees get medical coverage, benefits, and compensation for their injuries and illnesses. However, it isn’t always a simple or quick procedure. Injured employees in California are frequently interested as to when their workers’ […] read more →

If You Were Fired for Any of These Reasons Then You Were Fired Unlawfully

Posted on: March 8, 2022

Most employees in California are classified at-will. In principle, this implies that employees may quit their jobs anytime they choose, and employers can dismiss them for whatever reason they want unless the reason is prohibited under state or federal law. Employees are frequently dismissed without cause. Wrongful termination is a word used to describe this […] read more →

Some Temporary Workers Are Entitled to Workers’ Compensation Benefits: Get the Facts

Posted on: March 3, 2022

Temporary workers are widespread in California’s agriculture, construction, and retail industries. However, as the number of temporary workers grows, the question of what rights these workers have becomes increasingly important. Are they eligible for workers’ compensation if they are injured on the job, for example? Get the facts and then contact at if you require […] read more →

Employees Versus Contractors: What is the Difference According to California Law?

Posted on: February 24, 2022

With the rise of the “gig economy” in recent years, an increasing number of businesses are turning to independent contractors rather than workers. While hiring independent contractors gives businesses and people more freedom, it also exposes employers to possible exploitation. Keep reading to learn how an employment law attorney can help and then contact at […] read more →

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