The Kaufman Law Firm
The Kaufman Law Firm Represent the victims of Employment and Labor law through out the Westlake Village California. The firm has recovered over $50 million on behalf of wronged employees. Call at 818-990-1999 today.
The Kaufman Law Firm 818-990-1999
4195 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd, Suite 250 Westlake Village CA 91362
Westlake Village (818) 990-1999
Los Angeles (310) 981-3404
Are you a part-time or seasonal worker, or both? On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wage & Hour Law on Thursday, January 28, 2016. Recruiters and supervisors often use the term “seasonal” and “part-time” interchangeably. Generally, this is no more than a casual slip of the tongue. However, if you are confused, then it leaves your rights vulnerable. Whether your supervisor is conflating the …
Discrimination can occur during the hiring process On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Workplace Discrimination on Sunday, January 3, 2016. Protections against workplace discrimination don’t start after you are hired. Rather, these protections, guaranteed under Title VII legislation, begin the moment you seek employment. It regulates both the assessment of resumes, interview process, and job placement and even before all …
What you need to know about workplace privacy On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Employee Rights on Sunday, December 27, 2015. Contrary to popular belief, there is no right to privacy against your employer enshrined in the Constitution. Generally, you must rely on state laws to guarantee your privacy. Typically, what is protected from a search by your employer depends upon …
Pregnancy Disabilities Act provides protection for employed women On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Workplace Discrimination on Saturday, December 19, 2015. Pregnancy is not a valid reason to punish an employee. Pregnancy is meant to be a terrifyingly wonderful time because you are ushering in a new life, not because you are worried about how your boss will take it. It …
California agency exists to protect your employee rights On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Employee Rights on Sunday, December 13, 2015. You may be familiar with well-known federal laws such as the Civil Rights Act and the Patriot Act. However, what you may not know is that the vast majority of rules that regulate your day-to-day life come from state and …
Wrongful termination does not always require being fired On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wrongful Termination on Sunday, December 6, 2015. Often your employer will know details about your personal life; this is how she would craft a schedule and job that fits with your life. When your relationship with your boss is going well, this is great. But this extra …
How to handle being wrongfully terminated? On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wrongful Termination on Monday, November 30, 2015. Being terminated is always traumatic. No matter how experienced you are, it remains a gut-wrenching feeling. A wrongful termination results when your boss violates an employment contract, or you are fired for an illegal reason. The nature of your employment …
You have rights and protections as a whistle-blower On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Employee Rights on Sunday, November 15, 2015. Whistle-blowers conjure up images of trench coats and rainy nights. In reality, most whistle-blowing activity is reported online through a government website. Federal and California law provide a litany of protections for whistle-blowers to encourage them to come forward. Whistle …
When am I allowed to take a meal break? On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Wage & Hour Law on Friday, November 13, 2015. Sometimes you need time to get something to eat and other times you want to skip it because you’ve got a rhythm going and don’t want to break it. Either way, you should take a meal break. The benefits of …
Work leave for domestic violence On behalf of The Kaufman Law Firm posted in Employee Rights on Saturday, October 17, 2015. As an American worker, you have all sorts of rights afforded to you. So many in fact that it is understandable if you don’t know them all. For the most part, it is your employer’s responsibility to keep you informed …