Posted April 27, 2020

What Does Age Discrimination Look Like in the Workplace?

Have you been the victim of age discrimination in the workplace? Whether the age discrimination eventually led to your termination or you are still putting up with the unjust treatment due to your age day after day, you must explore your options. Depending on the circumstance, you might have grounds to take action against your […]

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Posted April 24, 2020

Can a Job Refuse to hire me because I am Pregnant?

Anticipating the birth of their children can be one of the most exciting prospects for many women. However, many women wonder if pregnancy puts them at a disadvantage when it comes to employment opportunities or keeping a job during the period of pregnancy. Some employers might refuse to employ a pregnant woman or treat the […]

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Posted April 11, 2020

HOW DOES UNEMPLOYMENT WORK FOR FREELANCERS/ CONTRACTORS?

Do individuals who aren’t traditionally employed count as being unemployed? Do freelancers who and independent contractors count as being unemployed when they are in between gigs or laid off from their ongoing contract? It’s a million-dollar question as these hard-working individuals face the same lay off’s as those who are traditionally employed in the midst […]

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What is Reasonable Accommodation for Disabled Employees?

The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who have a qualifying disability or medical condition. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, “reasonable accommodation is any change in the work environment or in the way things are done that enables an employee with a disability to enjoy equal […]

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Posted September 5, 2018

Employment Law: Disabled Employees

Commonly Misunderstood Rules for Disabled Employees in California The California Fair Employment and Housing, or FEHA, offers more protection to our state’s employees than the federal Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA, provides, as the verbiage extends well beyond the latter’s coverage. Since California laws differ from the federal version, misunderstood rules for disabled employees […]

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