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Month: February 2017

What protection does California law provide to whistleblowers?

Posted in Firm News,Retaliation on February 25, 2017

When most employees report for the start of the workday they want nothing more than to spend their shift performing their assigned duties to the best of their abilities, a feat made possible in large part by their employer. Indeed, employee success ultimately hinges on an employer’s willingness to provide the necessary resources, support structure and… read more

Injured Police Recruits Entitled To Reasonable Accommodation Under FEHA

Posted in Firm News,Workplace Discrimination on February 22, 2017

It is well settled that permanent public employees in the state of California are entitled to certain benefits under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act. But what about when an employer discontinues a reasonable accommodation that was offered in the past? A case recently decided by the Court of Appeal provides some guidance on the matter…. read more

What California employees need to know about the ‘one day’s rest in seven’ rule

Posted in Firm News,Wage & Hour Laws on February 10, 2017

There are certain wage-and-hour laws with which almost all California employees are undoubtedly familiar regardless of their occupation or their total annual earnings. For instance, most are probably well aware of the new minimum wage ($10.50 per hour for employees of large businesses and $10.00 per hour for employees of small businesses), and that they… read more