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Posted May 15, 2024

Can You Be Fired for Discussing Salary?

For decades, salary was one of the forbidden topics to discuss at work. It was considered impolite to ask or discuss wages – your own or other people’s – because money can be a touchy subject when people are making a different amount. However, where there is darkness, wrongdoing can be hidden. Behind that shield […]

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Posted May 11, 2024

Can I Sue My Employer For Defamation?

When it comes to defamation, few people are in a more powerful position than your employer. The word your employer is often used to judge a person’s professional work capabilities, performance, and even ethics. Employers engage in performance reviews, have the power to write up employees for misconduct and pass on information that could permanently […]

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Posted November 14, 2023

Workplace Retaliation: What Are Your Rights in California?

Under California’s Labor Code section 230(e) employees are protected from termination or other workplace retaliation when they take certain protected actions, such as reporting discrimination, provided that either the employee has notified the employer of the violation or the employer is otherwise aware of the violation. Facing Employer Retaliation? Protect Your Vital Legal Rights California […]

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Posted January 30, 2023

What is Employer Retaliation?

Retaliation can leave its victims facing financial losses, emotional distress, and other hardships. In this article, you will learn what employer retaliation is, the different forms it can take, and the steps you can take to protect yourself if you believe your rights have been violated. What is Employer Retaliation? Employer retaliation is a form of illegal […]

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