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What Personal Information Can An Employer Ask Me For?

Posted on October 6, 2017 in Employment Law

Every employee or job seeker has at least one story to tell about a weird, wacky, intrusive, or downright inappropriate question they were asked in a job interview. Many employers don’t seem to know what sort of questions they shouldn’t be asking.…

5 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A San Diego Employment Law Attorney

Posted on August 18, 2017 in Employment Law

If you need legal advice to help with a problem you are facing in your workplace or with an employer, choosing the right attorney to guide you is vital. It will make all the difference when it comes to giving yourself the best chance of achieving the outcome you desire.…

Free Employment Resources In San Diego

Posted on August 4, 2017 in Employment Law

If you have recently become unemployed it can be very worrying, regardless of your personal circumstances and family situation. Large periods of unemployment within your resume can be off-putting to potential employers, meaning that a long gap between jobs may not only cause you significant financial hardship today, but also go on to have a lasting effect on your future career progression.…

What Is Wage Theft And How Can I Get Money I’m Owed

Posted on July 24, 2017 in Unpaid Wages

Wage theft occurs when an employer denies an employee the wages and/or employee benefits that they are owed, or otherwise circumvents their duty to pay their workers in full and at the appropriate level.

Evidence of wage theft in the USA can be found in virtually every industry and at every level, but certain industries and employees are much more vulnerable to abuses such as wage theft than others-usually those who can least afford it.…

FAQ About Wage Theft And Unpaid Wages

Posted on July 11, 2017 in Unpaid Wages

All employees are entitled to receive the correct level of payment for their work, as dictated by the Department of Labor. Yet despite this, wage theft is still a common problem for workers all over the USA and it impacts a variety of industries and roles.…

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