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February 2018 Archives

Wage and hour claims may be necessary to fight wage theft

Holding down a job is how most people earn their income. Because these jobs can sometimes seem tedious and often thankless, most individuals seek their pay checks as the reward for putting in their time and effort. However, when workers are not properly compensated, the improper pay can seem insulting and give cause for wage and hour claims

What is an employer's obligation to a pregnant worker?

An employee's pregnancy or the prospect of a pregnancy can cause some employers to behave in a discriminatory manner, even if they do not realize they are doing it. Thus, the question arises: "What is an employer's obligation to a pregnant worker?" For example, is it better for the employer to simply pretend an employee is not pregnant and to let the employee take the lead on any issues such as time off?

Workplace harassment creates a hostile work environment

When a place of employment becomes hostile, it can have a major impact on workers. If one person in particular bears the brunt of workplace harassment, he or she may dread or even fear going to work due to the mistreatment likely to come. When parties face this type of scenario, they may wonder how to deal with the harassment, discrimination and other unseemly acts.

Workplace discrimination can make individuals dread their jobs

Many people have friends and co-workers with whom they enjoy carrying out their workdays. Of course, there may also be other individuals around the office or other place of employment that can make going to work an undesirable task. Unfortunately, many people who face workplace discrimination may not only feel a sense of dread when going to work, but they may also face the chance of losing their jobs for complaining.

Misclassification may lead to wage and hour claims

Going to work, performing duties and earning a paycheck is a common routine. Working hard is generally how most California residents earn a living that allows them to provide for themselves and their families. Even if they do not feeling that they are working their dream jobs, they may still appreciate the ability to generate a useful income. However, when an employer fails to properly compensate workers, wage and hour claims may become necessary.

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