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Posted June 12, 2024

Evdience in General for California Employment Law Cases

In California civil cases involving employee-employer disputes, evidence plays a crucial role in substantiating claims and determining the outcome of the case. Evidence in such cases can generally be categorized into three main types: circumstantial evidence, documentary evidence, and testimony. Circumstantial evidence refers to indirect evidence that implies a fact or event without directly proving […]

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Posted June 10, 2024

Undocumented Workers Rights Under California Law

Unauthorized workers possess rights under federal and state labor laws, including the entitlement to unpaid wages for work rendered. Despite their immigration status, employees are legally owed compensation for their labor. However, navigating the process of claiming unpaid wages can be complex due to concerns about immigration status. Seeking guidance from a legal professional or […]

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Posted June 4, 2024

How to Sue for Workplace Emotional Distress in California 

Your workplace is supposed to be a welcoming and supportive environment that functions with the best interests of both the business and its employees in mind, but instances of harassment, abuse, and other actions that lead to emotional distress are not uncommon. Fortunately, California has several laws in place against these types of behavior, which […]

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Constructive Discharge: Can You Still Sue if You Voluntarily Quit?

In California, unreasonable working conditions can force an employee to quit, leading to a constructive discharge claim. Constructive discharge allows employees to seek the same legal rights as those wrongfully terminated. By proving that the work environment was intolerable, employees can claim damages and pursue justice. It’s crucial to consult with an experienced attorney to […]

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Posted May 30, 2024

Exposing Walmart’s Disability Discrimination Against Drivers in California 

 In the landscape of employment law, California ensures that disabled employees are granted equal opportunities to continue working under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Despite these legal protections, Walmart, a corporate behemoth, faces allegations of systematic disability discrimination against its drivers. These accusations highlight the company’s failure to accommodate drivers with restrictions, violating […]

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Posted May 22, 2024

Discrimination, Harassment, & Wrongful Termination as Leading Causes of Employment Litigation in California

California’s employment law landscape is complex and ever-evolving, shaped by landmark verdicts and ongoing legal developments. In this extensive exploration, we delve into recent verdicts, dissecting the nuances of emotional distress awards and economic damages. Additionally, we shed light on the litigation process and the crucial role of attorneys in navigating employment disputes. Furthermore, we […]

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Posted May 20, 2024

Walmart Discrimination in California

Walmart, a retail titan spanning over 10,500 stores across 19 countries, boasts a workforce of 2.2 million individuals and proudly upholds a zero discrimination policy. However, over the years since the implementation of equal employment laws in the 1950s, concerning patterns of discrimination have surfaced against employees who identify as female, disabled, minorities, and parents. […]

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Posted May 16, 2024

How to Sue for Workplace Emotional Distress in California 

Your workplace is supposed to be a welcoming and supportive environment that functions with the best interests of both the business and its employees in mind, but instances of harassment, abuse, and other actions that lead to emotional distress are not uncommon. Fortunately, California has several laws in place against these types of behavior, which […]

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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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