my San Diego Overtime firm assist you with your Overtime Claim.
Every Employer in California must pay its employees overtime,
unless an exemption applies. The duty to pay overtime is enunciated
in Labor Code section 510. Overtime compensation laws serve
the dual purpose of inducing the employer to reduce the hours
of work and to employ more (individuals) and of compensating
the employees for the burden of a long workweek. Overtime
laws serve to spread employment throughout the workforce by
putting financial pressure on the employer, and to protect
employees in a relatively weak bargaining position against
the evil of overwork.
California law, all forms of sexual harassment are prohibited.
Sexual Harassment is forbidden under Fair Employment and Housing
Act (FEHA), specifically under Government Code section 12940.
Federal law, specifically Title VII, prohibits discrimination
does not have complete freedom to fire you. You have rights.
Your employer may not terminate you for an illegal reason.
Even if your employment is at will, your employer may not
terminate you when termination violates public policy. For
example, your employer may not terminate you because of your
age, race, pregnancy, sex, or medical condition. Also, your
employer may not retaliate against you for opposing harassment
or discrimination in work place.
illegal for an employer to discriminate against you because
you are pregnant. Discrimination can take several forms including
refusing to hire, termination, denying promotion and job benefits.
BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION
law prohibits discrimination or harassment based on sexual
orientation or perceived sexual orientation. This includes
heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality or transsexual/
believe you are victim of age discrimination, call our San
Diego Employment and Age Discrimination firm today to set
up a free consultation. We will ask you questions to see if
your rights were violated. In California, it is illegal for
an employer to discriminate against you because you are over
the age of 40.
Diego Employment and Disability Discrimination firm represents
employees who were discriminated against because of their
disability or denied reasonable accommodations. If you feel
you were treated unfairly because of your disability, or denied
accommodations, contact our San Diego Employment and Disability
Discrimination Attorney at 619.202.0264 to know more about
it is illegal to discriminate against you because of your
race or color. FEHA and Title VII protect against discrimination
in work place on basis of race or color. Call our San Diego
Employment and Racial Discrimination Attorney to know more
about your rights.
believe you are victim of harassment or discrimination on
basis of national origin, contact our San Diego Employment
and National Origin Discrimination Attorney today for a fee
consultation. My firm represents employees who experienced
harassment or discrimination in work place on account of national
origin and ancestry.