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Talking About Discrimination At Work

Talking About Discrimination At Work

What do I do when I witness discrimination at my job? How do I know if it’s even worth bringing up to my boss? How do I have a conversation with my supervisor about discrimination? All these questions might be going through your head right now, and that’s okay....

Finding The Best Lawyer For Your Suit

Finding The Best Lawyer For Your Suit

So, you’ve realized that your employer has wrongfully terminated your employment. You did all the research and weighed the pros and cons of filing a case. All that’s left to do is finding the best lawyer to guide you through the process.  You may be tempted to file a...

Wrongful Termination Suit Worth

Wrongful Termination Suit Worth

The wrongful termination suit cost that falls on an employer could be anywhere from $500 to the millions. The goal is to put the employee back in the financial position they would be in if the wrongful termination or illegal conduct never occurred. The cost of a...

Wrongful Termination Case

Wrongful Termination Case

There are many laws in place in California to protect the rights of employees. One of them being wrongful termination. If you believe you are a victim of wrongful termination, there is help.  You may have heard, or seen in your contract, that you are an at-will...

2020 Employment Law Changes

2020 Employment Law Changes

As the calendar turns to 2020, California has gone live with a number of new laws voted in as bills or ballot initiatives. Some are facing judicial challenges, the outcome of which will determine the nature of their final implementation.

Wage Theft in California

Wage Theft in California

“Stealing earned wages from workers’ pockets is illegal in California and this case shows that employers who steal from their workers will end up paying for it in the end,” Julie Su, head of the state’s Labor and Workforce Development Agency, said in a press release announcing nearly $12 million in citations against RDV Construction, Inc.

Minimum Wage in Sacramento, California

Minimum Wage in Sacramento, California

SACRAMENTO, CA – After an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD), Darshan Mundy – owner of seven Sacramento, California-area gas stations – has paid $340,470 in back wages and damages to 105 employees and $45,963 in penalties to resolve violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime requirements.

Border Warehouse Company To Pay Back Wages

Border Warehouse Company To Pay Back Wages

SAN DIEGO, CA – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division has reached a settlement with G-Global – a border warehousing company in Otay Mesa, California – in which the employer will pay 61 Mexican national employees $124,465 after investigators found the company paid the workers below minimum wage in pesos, a violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

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