Category: Employment Law Videos
What is Age Discrimination?
How can you be discriminated against in the workplace? If you are 40 years or older you may have protection from age discrimination. Some things to look out for are code words that may be used when looking to replace...Read More
What is a Class Action Employment Law Case?
If a number of people in your workplace experience the same workplace rights violations, then you may be able to bring a class action employment law case against your employer. This can help you get justice not only for yourself,...Read More
Gender Discrimination Video
In this video, employment lawyer Doug Silverstein answers: What is gender discrimination? When men or women are treated differently for performing the same job, such as disparity in hiring, firing, promotions and pay, this may be gender discrimination. People should...Read More
What is an Employment Class Action Lawsuit?
Employment law class action lawsuits are where an employee files a claim on his or her behalf, and on the behalf of other employees who experienced the same violation. For example, if multiple people were not paid overtime despite working...Read More
How Do I Know if I Am Entitled to Overtime?
Whether an employee is entitled to overtime pay under federal and California law may depend on a number of factors. The overarching question is whether the employee is classified as exempt or non-exempt. However, some employers misclassify employees to avoid...Read More
Do I Have An Equal Pay Act Claim in California?
An Equal Pay Act claim in California is necessary when employers are engaging in illegal disparate pay. Our employment law firm has successfully used the Equal Pay Act to bring justice to women across the state. In this video, Los...Read More
How Do I Win My Employment Law Case in Los Angeles?
What does it take to have a successful employment law case in Los Angeles? To prove a case for discrimination, harassment or other unlawful practice, there must be sufficient evidence to support the claim. Part of an attorney’s job is...Read More
What is Disability Discrimination in the Workplace?
Until the 1990s, employees with disabilities lacked workplace protections against discrimination. Recent changes in the law obligate employers to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with disabilities who can still perform their jobs. These accommodations can include changes to work duties....Read More
Are California Family Leave Laws About to Receive a Major Improvement?
Eligible workers at companies with 50 or more employees can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave during a 12-month period under certain family-related or personal circumstances. This is thanks to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or...Read More
Can I Resolve a Dispute Through Employee Mediation?
When it comes to resolving workplace issues, employment mediation is a popular choice. Generally, both parties in a labor dispute can benefit from mediation. Rather than going to court, mediation allows each side to present evidence to an objective third-party...Read More