California employment laws require that all employers allow their employees to take breaks throughout their shifts. Every employee is entitled to a 10-minute break after every four hours of work. An employee who is scheduled to work more than five hours is entitled to a meal break of at least 30 minutes. This is a […]read more
Employment law covers a diverse set of employee rights. In America, employers are prohibited from mistreating employees. Examples of mistreatment include denial of pay or benefits and employment discrimination. When employers subject employees to these types of mistreatment, employees have the right to seek legal counsel, protest the unlawful actions, and, when necessary, file a […]read more
As an employee in the state of California, you are entitled to the salary you work for on a regular basis. Unfortunately, some employers do not feel the need to fairly compensate their employees, and in failing to pay the wages they owe, they are in violation of both state and federal laws. If you […]read more
If you haven’t heard the latest employment law news yet, Google recently released its workforce diversity data. We’ll save you the click: it wasn’t that great. As one of the leading technology companies in the entire world, only 30% of its employees are women. Furthermore, 61% of its employees identify as white, 30% identify as […]read more
What do we mean when we talk about Employment Law? As plaintiff attorneys, we represent people who have lost their jobs, or found themselves being treated in ways that are clearly illegal by management or another employee at their workplace. We fight to help you get compensation as a victim of such acts as: Employment […]read more
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