7 Examples of How Your Retail Store Employer Is Taking Advantage Of You

If you work in retail, there are several ways that you may not be getting fully compensated, and your retail store employer is taking advantage of you. For example, if your employer requires you to purchase clothing from its store or to wear clothing of a specific color or design (such as wearing all black), […]

What To Do, And Not To Do, When You’re Getting Fired

One of the most exciting experiences I have as an employment lawyer is meeting a prospective new client, hearing their story, and starting to formulate in my own mind the many ways I’m gonna make that rotten company pay for what they did. As the story unfolds, I start to see a great case for […]

Equal Pay for Women: California’s Fair Pay Act

Governor, Jerry Brown, signed the California Fair Pay Act (SB 358) on October 6, 2015. The new law took effect at the beginning of 2016. The bill is aimed at ensuring equal pay for women in the workplace. It strengthens existing law by getting rid of loopholes that prevent enforcement. It also empowers employees to […]