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California’s At-Will Employment and Wrongful Termination

February 4, 2021 Legal Team
As an employee in California, you should know about the at-will employment laws in place. The at-will employment laws are designed to allow employers to fire an employee for any reason at any time. Similarly, they allow an employee to quit his or her job without reason and without giving advanced notice.However, many employees...
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What If My Employer Lied About the Real Reason for Terminating Me?

October 5, 2020 Legal Team
You were just fired from your job, and whether you were expecting it or not, something is just not adding up. Your employer explains to you the reasons behind letting you go, however, events leading up to your termination and your gut are telling you that this is not the real reason that you...
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California Law Protects Workers From Employer Retaliation

September 3, 2020 Legal Team
As an employee in California, you should not have to fear for the security of your job or quality of work environment simply for exercising your rights. You have certain rights that protect you from unfair treatment, discrimination, and wrongful termination.Retaliation is considered a form of unlawful discrimination that occurs when an employer, employment...
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When At-Will Employment Becomes Wrongful Termination

August 4, 2020 Legal Team
For many employees, one of the worst-case scenarios at work is fired from their job. Aside from impacting your financial situation, being terminate out of the blue can lead to a gap in work history and potentially impact employment opportunities. But whatever reason you were given for being terminated from your job, there are...
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COVID-19 Layoffs and Terminations: What’s the Difference?

April 15, 2020 Legal Team
Like many other states, California has enacted statewide stay-at-home orders and recommended that residents follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on social distancing. As more measures are implemented to prevent the spread of coronavirus, nonessential businesses across the state have been ordered to temporarily close their doors. As a result, many...
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