Category: Employment Law
Frequently Asked Questions About COVID 19 Employment Laws
As we approach the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers throughout California have been through it all. Quarantines, lockdowns, mask mandates… We have been through so much; many workers may still have questions related to COVID and their rights...Read More
More New Employment Laws Going Into Effect in 2022
Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C. protects the rights of workers all across Los Angeles and California. Last month, we explained a few of the new employment laws that Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law. This month we will continue...Read More
New Employment Laws Going Into Effect in 2022
Governor Gavin Newsom has signed several new employment law bills this year. Many of them will come into effect on January 1, 2022. That means your rights as a worker here in California will be changing and we want to...Read More
How to Know If Your Workplace Conditions Are Unsafe
No matter what kind of job you have, your workplace conditions should be safe and healthy. Even if your work environment involves some dangerous conditions, there are safety standards to help mitigate that danger. All companies should strive to keep...Read More
Signs of Emotional Distress from a Hostile Work Environment
Since we spend so much of our daily lives in our workplace, we want it to be a safe and friendly environment. But when emotional distress works its way into our work environment, we are often slow to recognize it....Read More
Are Unpaid Internships Legal?
If you are considering an unpaid internship this summer, you might wonder if this type of work is legal. After all, are employers allowed to have people work for them for free? Surprisingly, the answer is yes, but only in...Read More
How the Recent SCOTUS Ruling Adds Federal Workplace Protections for LGBTQ Community
Our Los Angeles Discrimination Attorneys Explain the Implications The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled on an extremely important case last month, Bostock v. Clayton County, that adds federal workplace protections for the LGBTQ community. Transgender and sexual...Read More
Is My Employer Required to Tell Me If Someone at Work Gets COVID-19?
Coronavirus, also known as SARS-CoV-2 , is a global pandemic that has killed thousands across the United States. As the virus continues to spread, the federal government and states have issued guidelines and orders to protect people. In California, Governor...Read More
Will I Lose My Job if I Am Quarantined During the Coronavirus Outbreak?
In recent months, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread across the globe and majorly impacted the United States. The virus is spreading easily, which explains how quickly it has traveled around the world. As a result, individuals and businesses find themselves...Read More
What Benefits Does California Workers’ Comp Provide?
No one goes to work in the morning intending to injure themselves. Unfortunately, some workplaces are just more dangerous than others — and injuries happen whether we plan them or not. On the plus side, California workers’ comp benefits exist...Read More