Category: Employment Law

Your Rights as a Pregnant Employee in California

Posted On October 5, 2023 In Employment Law

Do you know your rights as a pregnant employee in California? At Walker Law, we champion the rights of families, and that includes ensuring all of your rights related to pregnancy are fully understood and adhered to. Consider what some of those rights are, and then reach out to our San Diego employment lawyers if you have any questions or concerns.…

Do I Have Worker Protection Even if I Work From Home in California?

Posted On September 22, 2023 In Employment Law

More Californians are transitioning to remote work at home each year, with that number continuing to grow. Whether working in the office or at home, employees benefit from the same labor laws. If you work from home or are considering this transition, what will this look like for you? 

Does My Employer Have to Offer Health Insurance in California?

Posted On September 7, 2023 In Employment Law

The healthcare landscape is continually changing in California, and insurance is a significant asset of employment packages. But are all employers required to offer health insurance? This question and its answer can help you determine if your career benefits your medical needs by providing health insurance.…

Protecting Whistleblowers: How to Report Illegal Activity in the Workplace

Posted On August 15, 2023 In Whistleblower Rights

Workplaces should be safe environments free of corruption and illegal activity. Workers spend most of their time at work each week and strive to keep these spaces safe and lawful. Unfortunately, unethical behavior can be a tremendous factor in the daily realm of a worker, creating environments that are less than ideal.…

Can My Employer Force Me to Resign?

Posted On July 21, 2023 In Employment Law,Wrongful Termination

Most people do not want a bad relationship with their employer. You may be finding that you are facing a big decision. Your employer wants you to resign, or they may decide to terminate your employment. The question many people have is quite simple.…

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