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Filing a lawsuit when you sue your employer can be an intimidating process. It is important to understand the laws and regulations that govern employment discrimination. As well as any additional state or local ordinances that may apply. Knowing which...

One of the most challenging aspects of California employment laws is worker classification. While this may seem minor, the California Department of Labor Standards Enforcement estimates that worker misclassification results in losses of about $7 billion per year for the...

Whether you’re an employer or employee, you must be aware of the applicable employment laws to stay protected. But this is much easier said than done, given all the rules and statutes to remember.  It’s especially challenging in California, known for...

Whether you’re an employer or employee, you must be aware of the applicable labour law to stay protected. These cover various areas, such as minimum wages, meals and rest breaks, workplace safety, and more. While some labour laws have been active...

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Wrongful termination is an issue that runs rampant among unemployed individuals. Proving Wrongful Termination Because most employees are categorized as at-will employment, this means that they can quit at any time. For instance, an employee cannot be fired for whistleblowing or refusing to...

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