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2 Challenges Veterans Might Face at Work
Veterans often have difficulties getting hired, in part due to widespread stereotypes and biases against them. Even when veterans get past that first stage and are hired (congrats!), they unfortunatel...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 5:10 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

3 Examples of Invasions of Privacy in the Workplace
Unlike other states, California has a special protection of privacy written into its constitution, which says citizens have certain inalienable rights, including “pursuing and obtaining safety, ...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 5:09 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

4 Factors Considered in the Creation of a Hostile Work Environment
What does it take to transform a simply annoying work environment into a sexually harassing hostile work environment? In order to answer this question, it is important to look at all of the circumstan...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 1:52 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

3 Illegal Ways Employers Punish You for Taking Time Off
Employees have certain rights to leaves of absence from work. When they are entitled to time off, the employer cannot punish them for taking it. When employers do punish employees for legally protecte...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 1:18 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

2 Ways Employers Sometimes Illegally Discriminate Against Veterans
While individuals who serve in the military often make great sacrifices for their country, many people do not seem to understand or appreciate their service. Oftentimes, veterans struggle to readjust ...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 1:10 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

7 Famous Whistle blowers Who Sought Truth and Justice
While most whistleblower cases do not make headlines, some of them do because of the scope of wrongdoing found or the fame of the businesses or people involved. Whistleblower laws protecting people wh...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 12:58 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

3 Reasons to Get Things in Writing in Employment Law
Many people are excited at the prospect of a new job, and most do not predict it will lead to anything but income and perhaps some satisfaction at work well done. People do not usually expect for thei...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Nov 7, 2019 12:51 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Being Forced to Quit
If your boss fires you for an illegal reason you can assume you should call an Employment Attorney to discuss a potential suit against the organization for wrongful termination at the very least, but ...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Aug 28, 2019 4:25 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

3 Examples of Invasions of Privacy in the Workplace
Unlike other states, California has a special protection of privacy written into its constitution, which says citizens have certain inalienable rights, including “pursuing and obtaining safety, ...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Aug 19, 2019 12:03 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California

2 Challenges Veterans Might Face at Work
Veterans often have difficulties getting hired, in part due to widespread stereotypes and biases against them. Even when veterans get past that first stage and are hired (congrats!), they unfortunatel...
0 comments  |  posted by Daniel Stevens  |  Aug 1, 2019 3:06 PM [EST] in   |  applies to California


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