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Blog Posts in 2018

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  • NEW LAWS FOR THE NEW YEAR
    NEW LAWS FOR THE NEW YEAR

    While most of us are starting to think about how we are going celebrate the New Year, few of us give much thought to how the laws will change come the New Year. Since many of these changes will be ...

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  • What Every California Employee Should Know About Disabilities
    What Every California Employee Should Know About Disabilities

    Have you ever wondered what it means to be legally disabled? Most folks associate “disability” with severely debilitating catastrophic physical injuries. When they hear the word “disability” they ...

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  • “INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR” OR “EMPLOYEE”? IN CALIFORNIA THE ANSWER CAN BE AS EASY AS “ABC”
    “INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR” OR “EMPLOYEE”? IN CALIFORNIA THE ANSWER CAN BE AS EASY AS “ABC”

    Have you ever wondered why two people can be doing the exact same job but one of them is classified as an “employee” while the other an “independent contractor”? The answer is simple: A workforce ...

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  • 3 REASONS WHY EVERY EMPLOYEE SHOULD AVOID ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS
    3 REASONS WHY EVERY EMPLOYEE SHOULD AVOID ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS

    Congratulations, you have jumped through multiple hoops and have finally landed a great job. You sit down on your first day and are handed a stack of documents to flip through and sign. Such documents ...

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  • IT ISN’T “RIGHT” THAT I WAS FIRED – DO I HAVE A “WRONGFUL TERMINATION” CASE?
    IT ISN’T “RIGHT” THAT I WAS FIRED – DO I HAVE A “WRONGFUL TERMINATION” CASE?

    For most folks getting fired from a job is a devastating experience. Once the initial shock wears off, and the dust settles the terminated employee often tries to figure out what just happened. It is ...

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  • 3 REASONS TO GET A TERMINATION LETTER WHEN GETTING FIRED
    3 REASONS TO GET A TERMINATION LETTER WHEN GETTING FIRED

    Picture this: Your boss unexpectedly calls you into a meeting. You are wondering what’s wrong. You walk over to your boss’ office and are surprised to see that the company’s HR person is also there. ...

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