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Category Archive: Workers Rights

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What is the FEHA?

California is one of the most progressive states in the country when it comes to anti-discrimination law and equal rights for all. One of the landmark pieces of legislation regarding discrimination in California is the Fair Employment and Housing Act. This is a sweeping law that addresses unfair conduct in the course of hiring, employment, […]

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Transgender Workers Receive Protection Against Discrimination

For many years, transgender employees did not enjoy the same protection against discrimination afforded to other employees. They experienced higher rates of unemployment and were more likely to be underemployed or earning less income when compared to the general population. This situation stems from lack of awareness and understanding by society toward the issues that […]

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What Is the California Family Rights Act?

Passed into law in 1993, the CFRA guarantees California (CA) residents time away from work to provide care for a qualifying individual without fear of losing their job. To help you understand the CFRA and how it applies to you, consider the following information and how it may help your claim. What Is the CFRA? Similar […]

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Can I Get Workers’ Compensation Benefits If I Quit My Job?

Workers’ compensation insurance helps employees manage the financial strain after suffering a work-related injury. While the main issue in determining eligibility is whether the claimant worked at a company at the time of an accident, an employee who files a claim for workers’ compensation benefits after leaving the company could face several issues. The bottom […]

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Is Marijuana Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

Marijuana rescheduling and legalization have been hot topics of public discussion for many years, and several states, as well as the District of Columbia, have passed legislation decriminalizing marijuana use and providing access to medical marijuana for qualifying patients. While this trend is helping grow a burgeoning industry and offering patients with various medical conditions […]

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How Do Unions Impact Workers’ Compensation?

Since the late 19th century, labor unions have been around to protect the rights of workers and improve employees’ lives through the process of collective bargaining. A union is any group of people who work together for a common cause affecting the workplace. Unions throughout history have fought for fair wages, benefits, and better working […]

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What is Wage Theft?

Southern California workers beware. Wage theft is rampant in our state. If you think being hired for a job automatically means that you can count on receiving a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work, think again. Unscrupulous employers are all around us. Wage theft is illegally avoiding paying workers what is owed to […]

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Can You Receive Workers’ Compensation for an Injury from a Fight at Work?

Fights in the workplace are not all that uncommon, and occasionally injuries occur. While workers’ compensation typically covers any injury that occurs in the course of performing one’s work, any deliberate or illegal act on the part of the injured person will generally preclude that person from receiving benefits. Fights between employees can pose a […]

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LA POLICÍA NO TIENE EL DEBER DE APLICAR LAS ÓRDENES DE CORTE PARA PROTEGER A LOS INDIVIDUOS.

  Artículo 17-18 ¡No Se Deje! ® Jessica Gonzales demandó a la ciudad de Castle Rock, Colorado porque la Policía rehusó actuar para aplicar una orden de restricción de la corte contra su violento esposo.  La orden protectora de la corte requería que Simón Gonzales estuviera alejado de la casa de ella y sus niñas […]

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How California Workers’ Compensation Reform (SB 863) May Affect Your Claim

Back in 2012, the California State Legislature undertook a dramatic reform of the state’s Workers’ Compensation system. The new law, SB 863, which took effect the following year, contained provisions designed to reduce costs to the employer/insurer, while offering a mix of improved benefits and unfortunate restrictions to the injured claimant. As a result, while […]

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