California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) applies to public, and private employers, labor organizations & employment agencies. It prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion, race, color, etc
Nonexempt employees in California have the right to take one meal break for every 5 hours they work. Contact experienced Los Angeles attorneys if you have been denied meal breaks.
Get to know about CFRA (California Family Rights Act) that is designed to protect you and your rights. Contact experienced employment lawyer to get details about it.
With passing of Proposition 22, the app based drivers in California like Uber, Lyft, and Door-Dash drivers, “independent contractors" now companies will avoid providing gig-worker drivers many benefits and rights.
California passed Assembly Bill 9 (AB 9). AB 9 expanded the statute of limitations for filing Fair Employment and House Act (FEHA) claims with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).