FAQ on Reasonable Accommodations in California
Employers in California are required to make reasonable accommodations for workers – but what are they, and what are the most common? This guide explains. What Are Reasonable Accommodations? Under California law, employers that have five or more employees are required to make reasonable accommodations for job applicants and workers who need them due to disability. That means employers must ... Read More
Can You Be Fired for Being Trans in California?
Can you be fired for being transgender in California? This guide explains the workplace protections in place for members of the transgender community. Can You Be Fired for Being Trans in California? If you’re like many people, you know that the United States has made several changes in the past few years, particularly in respect to transgender rights. However, there’s ... Read More
5 Common Ways Employers Violate Wage and Hour Laws in California
Employers are supposed to follow wage and hour laws in the state of California. However, this guide outlines five ways employers often violate them. 5 Common Ways Employers Violate Wage and Hour Laws in California If you’re like most people, you know that employers are supposed to stick to the law when it comes to paying employees and giving them ... Read More
California Workers’ Rights on Retaliation in the Workplace
As a worker in California, you have the right to be protected from retaliation by an employer. That means your employer is not allowed to retaliate against you for filing a complaint about sexual harassment, unsafe working conditions, or any other issues you experience in the workplace. Additionally, your employer cannot retaliate against you for helping investigators or participating in ... Read More
Can Your Employer Fire You for Talking to Investigators?
If you are like many people, you’re wondering whether your employer can fire you for talking to investigators after a whistleblower’s complaint. Can an employer take away your benefits, cut your hours, reduce your pay or limit your access to benefits? This guide explains. Can Your Employer Fire You for Talking to Investigators? Employers in the state of California are ... Read More
California Workers’ Rights to Harassment-Free Workplaces
In the state of California, workers have the right to work in a harassment-free workplace. However, even though workers have that right, that doesn’t mean that all workplaces are free from harassment. There are several types of workplace harassment, and many of them are illegal. Here’s what you need to know about California workers’ rights to harassment-free workplaces. What is ... Read More