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    • Sexual Harassment Sometimes Isn’t About Sex

      The recent wave of sexual harassment allegations are teaching a long-delayed lesson to supervisors and executives: what they do ...

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    • What Is the Difference Between a Sexual Harassment Case & a Personal Injury Case?

      Sexual harassment lawsuits are based on State or Federal laws. California laws are much more in favor of employees’ rights than ...

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    • Prior Salary History Will Be Inaccessible to Employers

      On October 12, 2017, California joined three other states in enacting a bill that will keep salary histories a thing of the past. ...

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    • Is Your Minor Being Exploited by an Employer?

      Child Labor Law Briefly Explained There is absolutely nothing wrong with a minor under the age of 18 who wants to take it upon ...

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    • Do Vacation Days Carry Over Year to Year?

      Rights and Limitations You Have with Vacation Time For many of us, personal matters interfere with our jobs from time to time, and ...

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    • Should I Be Classified as an Employee?

      When it comes to working for someone else, workers fall into one of three categories: 1) employee, 2) independent contractor, or ...

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    • Can I Get Fired for Talking about My Boss on Social Media?

      Social media can get you into a lot of trouble these days – especially where the workplace and social media intersect. You may ...

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    • Meal Periods in California

      Do you work long hours for your employer, only to be given a hard time about taking a much-needed meal period? Perhaps during an ...

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    • Mileage Reimbursement: Don't Be Cheated

      Do you drive your personal vehicle for your work-related purposes? You don't have to foot the bill—in fact, you are entitled to ...

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    • Is Your Minor Being Exploited by an Employer?

      Child Labor Law Briefly Explained There is absolutely nothing wrong with a minor under the age of 18 who wants to take it upon ...

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    • New Overtime Rule Change Extends Overtime Benefits

      As discussed on this blog before, Los Angeles employers must adhere to two standards of labor laws: the Fair Labor Standards Act ...

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    • The "Day of Rest" Law and What It Means for You

      Clarifying the Legality of Your Work Schedule In the California Supreme Court case, Mendoza vs. Nordstrom , the “Day of Rest” law ...

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    • Right of Privacy in the Workplace

      The California Constitution, Article 1, Section 1 guarantees the right of personal privacy The California Confidentiality of ...

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    • Sexual Harassment & the Statute of Limitations

      In California, Sexual harassment is created and controlled by statute. California has a one-year statute of limitations for sexual ...

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    • Has the California law on Sexual Harassment changed?

      Yes and no is the answer. The words of the law have not changed, but the interpretation of the law has changed significantly. The ...

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    • So You Want to Sue Your Boss

      If you have experienced sexual harassment, racial discrimination, or other unjust circumstances at work, you may have grounds to ...

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    • Can I Be Paid For Travel Time in California?

      Depending on your circumstances, certain activities such as travel time are considered “working hours” and are eligible for ...

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    • Prior Salary History Will Be Inaccessible to Employers

      On October 12, 2017, California joined three other states in enacting a bill that will keep salary histories a thing of the past. ...

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    • NFI Is Driving California Truckers to the Courts

      Truckers have banded together to drop their signs and sign-on with attorneys. This article , published October 23, 2017, shows ...

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    • Wrongful Termination under Public Policy

      Public Policy is first brought into effect in California after the California Supreme Court case, Tameny v. Atlantic Richfield Co. ...

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    • Do Family Members Have to Be Paid in California?

      Working for a family member may be a sensitive subject, but it is one that does come up occasionally. If you have been working for ...

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    • Do I have a claim if I dated my boss before the sexual harassment?

      Sexual harassment is characterized by unwelcome, severe, and pervasive behavior of a sexual nature aimed toward you. Whether you ...

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    • Wrongful Termination under Public Policy

      Public Policy is first brought into effect in California after the California Supreme Court case, Tameny v. Atlantic Richfield Co. ...

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