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Can I be discriminated against because of my criminal record?

Posted on April 12, 2016

With the spotlight today on rehabilitation programs in prison, and programs to ease the transition back into society, it is no wonder that the law is evolving to protect those who have been previously in trouble with the law. Those with criminal records already face an uphill battle if they are applying for jobs. Surveys suggest that at least half of employers require background checks before officially hiring an employee. To battle … Read More

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Can I Sue My Employer If I Resign?

Posted on April 12, 2016

What if your employer created a work environment so hostile and intimidating that you did not want to go to work to face him or her anymore?  Many employees faced with the same scenario believe that they have no options.  If they ultimately get terminated, they may have an avenue to bring a wrongful termination lawsuit.  But, if they resign, how could they possibly have legal recourse if they left their place … Read More

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Can I take a leave from work to care for my child?

Posted on April 4, 2016

More than 65% of households in the United States are dual-income households.  Many of these households consist of at least one child.  In a nation that has seen a steep rise in both parents holding full time jobs, it comes as no surprise that state leave laws in the employment context, particularly those laws affecting children, have shifted accordingly. California is no exception and, in fact, has a number of family-friendly laws … Read More

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What will I be entitled to if I win my employment case?

Posted on April 4, 2016

Lawsuits are generally filed with two potential goals in mind: compensation and/or action/inaction. Employees who take steps to legally address their grievances against their employers feel that they have been wronged, and thus have suffered a loss. They consult an attorney so that, ultimately, they can get compensated for that loss, and/or they can force the employer to cease their illegal conduct. This begs the question: what remedies are available to employees … Read More

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