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What Does California Law Say About the Difference Between Full-Time and Part-Time Workers?

Posted on: January 15, 2023

In California, full-time employment entails 40 or more weekly hours. However, California does not have a clear definition of how many hours constitute part-time employment. Part-time workers frequently have less workplace perks than full-time workers. However, if you work more than 30 hours a week and more than 19.5 hours a week, federal law may […] read more →


What Does Pregnancy Discrimination Look Like? Read Examples of Pregnancy Discrimination in California

Posted on: January 14, 2023

Workplace pregnancy discrimination is both unlawful and frequent. In our experience, there are seven typical situations where we typically see this happen. Keep reading to learn some of those common examples. Then contact at if you believe you have been the victim of pregnancy discrimination. Refusing to hire you because of your pregnancy Refusing to […] read more →


What is Stress Leave and Are California Workers Entitled to It? Get the Facts Today

Posted on: January 13, 2023

In California, if workplace stress makes it difficult for you to do your job, you can be eligible for protected employment leave under state or federal law. Typically, this type of stress leave is unpaid. However, you can be qualified for paid time off through temporary disability benefits or workers’ compensation. If your employer treats […] read more →


What is Workplace Retaliation? Get Answers to This and Other Related Questions

Posted on: January 12, 2023

Retaliation at work refers to a situation in which your employer treats you unfairly because you exercised a legal right or participated in a legally protected activity. Retaliation victims may submit a grievance to the labor commission, and you might be eligible to pursue a civil case for financial compensation. There are five typical instances […] read more →


Workers’ Compensation and Stress: Can You Collect Workers’ Comp Due to Stressful Working Situations?

Posted on: January 11, 2023

In the event that stress at work compels you to take a leave of absence, you may be eligible to collect workers’ compensation benefits. You may be able to get two-thirds of your lost wages if you qualify. Your wage loss while on an unpaid stress leave may be at least partially covered by these […] read more →


This is How You Can Respond to a Social Security Disability Denial Letter

Posted on: January 10, 2023

It’s possible that you’ve been battling your symptoms for years by the time you submit an application for Social Security disability benefits. Walking, getting out of bed in the morning, managing daily activities, or finishing your workday without major assistance may be difficult for you. You might want to file for Social Security disability payments […] read more →


The Basics of Bringing a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Against Your Employer

Posted on: January 9, 2023

Employees who lose their employment frequently question whether they were unfairly fired, especially when an employer provides a hazy justification for the termination or none at all. A frequently misunderstood legal concept, wrongful termination only pertains to a very narrow range of situations. It happens when a worker is fired because of discrimination, not because […] read more →


Learn What It Means to Be the Victim of Reverse Discrimination and What You Can Do About It

Posted on: January 8, 2023

When people think about employment discrimination lawsuits, they probably picture someone who is perceived to be in the minority being discriminated against by someone who is perceived to be in the majority. Even in 2022 this kind of bigotry is surprisingly widespread despite it being illegal. Although racial, sexual, and religious minorities are generally protected […] read more →


Learn About Your Rights to Sue for Sexual Harassment Even if You Have Signed an NDA

Posted on: January 7, 2023

Is it possible that signing a non-disclosure agreement could preclude you from suing your employer for sexual harassment? Employers are permitted to use agreements such as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to limit the legal claims that their employees may bring against them. However, there are some rights that just cannot be waived, and companies that try […] read more →


Is Your Employer Meeting the Requirements for Sexual Harassment Training in California?

Posted on: January 6, 2023

The #MeToo movement has made it clear to the world over the past few years that workplace sexual harassment and assault remain serious issues. Laws that limit the use of non-disclosure agreements in these kinds of situations are only one of the many actions the California Legislature has taken to address this problem. California has […] read more →


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