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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

March 2017 Archives

Contract employees and termination

Termination for any or no reason is often acceptable under the at-will doctrine for those who do not have a written or implied contract. However, when an employee in California has an employment agreement, the employer has less discretion in the matter. Chron.com explains that the contract typically spells out the process that must be undertaken, or the activities that may be grounds for ending the contract before its completion date. These include the following:

6 facts to know about discrimination during pregnancy

Finding out you are pregnant is a joyous experience. You might be ready to start planning what you are going to do. Baby names, the nursery and your labor and delivery are all things you might think about. At some point, you might realize that you will need to decide how to handle your job. Before you make any decision, think about these points.

Facts about workers’ compensation

Many people in Los Angeles assume that any time they sustain workplace injuries they are entitled to receive workers’ compensation. While that is the basic premises of the law, there are many rules, stipulations and circumstances that can affect a person’s right to obtain benefits, states the Manufacturing Technology Mutual Insurance Company.

The gig economy raises new safety challenges for workers

Between Uber, Lyft, Postmates and countless other apps, more workers are turning to the on-demand or "gig economy" for temporary or even semi-permanent employment. But, as workers and consumers embrace these technologies, new questions arise in regards to worker safety.

What are California’s child labor laws?

When it comes to child labor laws, one of the most difficult parts can be understanding what is required in your state. The California Department of Industrial Relations states that children under the age of 16 are required to attend school unless they have already completed high school. Even after high school is completed, your child is still considered a minor until he or she turns 18 and is subject to working laws for minors, unless a waiver is obtained.

How to respond to sexual harassement in the workplace

Your California workplace should be safe and free from hostility, but unfortunately, that may not always be the case. If you have experienced sexual harassment or misconduct, you may need help in order to correct the situation and to prevent it from reoccurring. We here at the Kaufman Law Firm understand the damaging effects that workplace harassment can have, and we want to stand with the victims to put a stop to the mistreatment.

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