What does it mean to be employed “at-will?” At-will employment means that an employer can terminate an employee at any time, without cause or prior notice. Employees, too, are able to terminate employment at any time without cause or notice. Does that mean you can be fired for literally any reason? Not exactly. Under the … Continue reading
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Employment law cases can involve harassment, discrimination, wage disputes and wrongful termination. Speak to our Los Angeles labor attorneys about these issues.
In California, workers have some of the most protective employment laws in the country. Many California state laws expand on existing federal protective laws, to provide even more protection for workers. What Laws Protect California Employees? Employee misclassification laws: Many employers are guilty of classifying workers as independent contractors when they should be considered employees. … Continue reading
At Kesluk, Silverstein, Jacob & Morrison, P.C., our employment lawyers represent a variety of clients that come to us as referrals from other attorneys who know we have the resources to win complex employment law cases. Other California law firms recognize that we are litigators who are capable of handling cases other lawyers might turn away. This … Continue reading