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Matthew A. Kaufman has successfully represented employees in the areas of Family Medical Leave, Disability Discrimination and Wage & Commissions disputes for more than 20 years

April 2015 Archives

California employers required to provide harassment training

For workers in California, the week can be exhausting. You work long hours for several days a week just to earn enough money to support your family. This can be hard enough, but for some the working week is made even more exhausting to the point of being intolerable. This is because many of these employees experience sexual harassment every day when they go to work.

Are employee language requirements lawful?

As many employees in California know, finding a job can be difficult. Going for interviews is often nerve-wracking and when you start work in your new position it can take time to get used to all the requirements of your employment. However, all of this is fine and expected as long as those requirements are reasonable. Unfortunately, some employees find their situation is made even harder due to discriminatory treatment.

Employers cannot force submission to lie detector tests

As many workers in California are aware, many employee rights are protected by law. Although it is possible to be fired for many fairly arbitrary reasons, there are several areas that are considered illegal to use as a reason to dismiss someone. If an employer terminates your position for any of these reasons, even if they cite a different reason, but you can prove otherwise, you may be able to make a wrongful termination claim.

Are your employee rights being breached?

As most workers in California know, you have certain rights as an employee which are protected by law. If those rights are breached by your employer, you may have reason to file a lawsuit and seek justice for your mistreatment. However, many employees are unaware of the extent of their rights and as a result do not necessarily realize that they are experiencing unlawful treatment at work.

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