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What California Employers Need To Know About “Emergency Conditions” And Retaliation Claims

By Karen J. Sloat, APC |

Employers in California must comply with a wide range of state and federal laws concerning employment discrimination and retaliation. Generally speaking, employers are prohibited from taking any adverse action against employees who exercise a wide range of rights under state or federal law, including reporting or participating in employment discrimination cases, union activities, or… Read More »

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Rest And Meal Periods At Work: What Employees Should Know

By Karen J. Sloat, APC |

Employees in California must have the opportunity for a meal break after working for a specific amount of time, as well as rest breaks after being on the job for a particular amount of time. It is important to understand that these are laws that protect employees under California law. Most federal laws do… Read More »

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What Are Required Workplace Postings For Employers?

By Karen J. Sloat, APC |

Employers in California are required to comply with all regulations concerning workplace postings about employment law. Applicable regulations ensure that employees in the workplace have access to information about their rights under California state law and federal law. While these obligations are known as posting requirements, it is important for California employers to know… Read More »

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Common Unpaid Overtime Violations

By Karen J. Sloat, APC |

Employees in California who are not exempt from overtime laws are entitled to be paid for overtime if they work more than 40 hours in a workweek, typically. Some workers with alternative work schedules or in certain occupations, such as personal attendants, have different overtime rules. Overtime pay is 1.5 times the regular rate… Read More »

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