Category: Employment Law

What’s Your Unpaid Wages Claim Worth in San Diego?

Posted On January 30, 2019 In Employment Law

There are many laws in place federally to make sure that employers treat their employees justly. Employees have rights, and employers must recognize this. In fact, so many of the laws in place for employees and employers come from the Fair Labor Standards Act, which was passed federally and encompasses the whole United States.…

Can I Sue My Employer For Not Paying Me?

Posted On January 19, 2019 In Employment Law

If you are still not being paid by your employer, even after you have made a complaint, you have every right to sue. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers have to follow certain laws and respect their employees’ rights. Employees must be paid for work that they have done and they must be paid in a timely manner; otherwise, employees are entitled to workers’ compensation.…

10 Facts About Work Injury Compensation San Diego

Posted On June 18, 2018 In Employment Law

When talking about the law, an appropriate description always used involves likening the history of the law to the history of the civilization of mankind. And since the ancient days of Egypt, Roman, and Greece, the legal system has undergone several changes over the years.…

What is the Statute of Limitations on Sexual Harassment in San Diego?

Posted On June 6, 2018 In Employment Law

A constant feature found within the news; social media recently has brought forth a long list of brave individuals who have chosen to come forward with information about a sexual assault at the hands of a colleague, superior or even friend.…

Employment Drug Testing Laws in San Diego: The Need-to-Know Facts

Posted On May 22, 2018 In Employment Law

A quote attributed to a famed Roman lawyer, spokesman, and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero goes like this: ‘the safety of the people shall be the highest law.’ This quote defines the sole purpose for the institution of the legal system. The provision and continual protection of the citizens who are supposed to be guided by the said legal system.…

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