1. General Overview of Employment Law

    What does “at-will” employment mean? An at-will employee can be terminated for any reason—so long as it does not violate employment laws. This is a concept often misunderstood by the public. Employees should be aware of the employment agreement they have with their employer. Be aware, read eve…Read More

  2. How to Prevent Workplace Discrimination

    Workplace discrimination is a very serious offense that can lead to very real and serious consequences for both employees and employers. Nearly everyone in the workforce has gone through basic sexual harassment training, but discrimination and preventing unlawful conduct goes beyond a simple half-ho…Read More

  3. 5 Essential Labor Laws Businesses Need to Know

    If you’re the owner or human resources manager of a business, you may already know that there are several laws surrounding the rights of workers, ensuring that everyone is treated fairly and equally, that everyone has a fair opportunity for growth, and that are meant to promote a healthy and produ…Read More

  4. Wrongful Termination FAQS

    Being terminated from a job can often come by a surprise, especially since California is an at-will state, meaning that employers can terminate employment for any or no reason. However, an employer cannot terminate an employee when the action violates the law. Wrongful termination can get complicate…Read More