The Kaufman Law Firm
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An Employee Rights Law Firm

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

June 2015 Archives

Every employee deserves fair treatment

Throughout the United States, countless employees suffer inconsistent, unfair and unpleasant treatment at work and California is sadly no exception. All too often, employers take advantage of their workers, knowing that they need the work and cannot risk losing their jobs. Other employers are simply negligent, allowing staff to be persecuted or mistreated at work by other employees and failing to rectify the situation when they are made aware of it.

You may be entitled to a final paycheck

Many workers in California have experienced the loss of a job at some point in their lives. There are many reasons this can happen, but it is often a distressing experience, especially if you had no idea that it was going to happen or if you were dismissed for illegal reasons. All of a sudden you need to think about finding new employment while also worrying about whether you and your family have enough money to survive in the meantime.

Who is typically the target of harassment?

Wherever you work, you deserve to be treated with respect and fairness. However, as many employees in California know, there are far too many places where that basic right is not upheld. Unfortunately, when this happens, it is not always a case of simply being able to ignore it and walk away. If you are being harassed or otherwise mistreated at work you may be worried about what will happen if you complain, especially if your complaint is about one or more of your superiors.

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