Wage Rights

In California, as well as federally, there are different laws regarding wage compensation that workers are entitled to receive for rendering their services to an employer. It is the responsibility and obligation of the company to adequately pay its employees and comply with what the law establishes according to minimum wages, overtime pay, among others. […]

Privacy at work

California law protects all state employees regarding privacy at work. Which means that employers are prohibited from violating certain privacy of their workers or else they could be sued by them. It is allowed to some extent to monitor or ask for information about employees but it is important that the organization you work for […]

Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act was created to protect all people with disabilities from discrimination. In this way, all of them have access to the same rights as any other American in our country to be able to carry out their day-to-day activities in a normal way and in the easiest and most accessible way […]

Harassment based on pregnancy

The moment in which a woman is expecting a child must be one of the most special moments of her life, but it can also be one of the most difficult to bear emotionally. The workplace and the environment in which you work should be a safe place where you can go and carry out […]

Unlawful Discrimination

In the state of California and our country, workplace discrimination is a crime thanks to the laws that protect workers so that they are not mistreated in their workplace and that everyone can enjoy the same rights. at the time of work. Any type of discrimination at work can be the reason for the discriminated […]

Mass Lay Offs

There is a law in the state of California that protects workers in the event that the place they work decides to lay off en masse or close completely for any reason. This law is better known by its acronym WARN, which mentions that employers are required to notify their workers that they will be […]

Overtime laws

According to the State of California Department of Industrial Relations, all employers are prohibited from making their employees work more than 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week unless they are willing to pay for overtime established in the law. When requesting that a worker continue his work for a period greater than […]

Adaptations for pregnant women

Continuing to go to work while pregnant may seem dangerous or challenging to some women in the workplace. However, this does not have to be such a challenge and even thanks to anti-discrimination laws for women during pregnancy, your working life should be as comfortable as possible during these months. These laws prohibit employers from […]

Laws related to working from home

Today, and largely due to the coronavirus pandemic that we have been experiencing in recent years, the way people work has also changed. From now on, there are numerous companies that decided to transmit all their operations to a virtual mode, in order to avoid the expenses generated by office rents. The “home office” as […]

Anti-discrimination Laws

California’s anti-discrimination laws are responsible for protecting the rights of workers so that they can enjoy decent conditions in the workplace and enjoy the same opportunities as any other employee. Specifically, you can learn more about these laws through the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, which is applied to both public and private companies […]