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  • Your Severance Agreement-
    Your Severance Agreement-"Don't Leave Work Without It"

    For countless reasons, separation from a job is stressful—whether it’s voluntary (quitting) or involuntary (being fired). Employees want to leave on good terms, receiving all compensation due to them ...

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  • With Labor Code Section 925, the California Legislation Gives California Employees An Important Gift For 2017
    With Labor Code Section 925, the California Legislation Gives California Employees An Important Gift For 2017

    In September 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed off on a new and employee-friendly law -Labor Code Section 925- that will come into effect in the New Year! Specifically, the new law states that an ...

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  • Family and Medical Leave Rights in California
    Family and Medical Leave Rights in California

    The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal act that all states must follow, including California. In addition to the FMLA, California has its own set of state-level rules and regulations ...

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  • LAX Workers Benefit from Renewed Living Wage Law
    LAX Workers Benefit from Renewed Living Wage Law

    Cesar Chavez is a legend in the American labor movement. During his lifetime, Cesar Chavez achieved countless victories on behalf of workers. Today, our firm is proud to celebrate this exemplary ...

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  • "Sexual Desire" Not Required to Prove Sexual Harassment

    Sexual harassment cases are typically brought by female employees alleging misconduct by male supervisors or co-workers. But the claims arise in other contexts—male employees harassed by female ...

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  • Top 10 Unlawful Reasons For Getting Fired
    Top 10 Unlawful Reasons For Getting Fired

    1. It's unlawful to fire an employee because of his/her request for an accommodation due to a serious health condition. (Gov't Code § 12945.) 2. It's unlawful to fire an employee because of his/her ...

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