Some California workers may be entitled to a paid lunch break based on how courts interpret Department of Labor regulations. According to the DOL, workers should be entirely free from any work duties if their break is unpaid.
Are you dealing with sexual harassment at work? If you are faced with unwanted sexual conduct, including dirty jokes, sexual banter or exposure to pornography, you could have a legal basis to file a claim. However, not every sexual remark can lead to a strong sexual harassment lawsuit. Learn more about how sexual harassment in the workplace is defined so that you can take appropriate action.
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects the employment rights of many California residents who have physical or mental disabilities. According to the ADA, covered employers are prohibited from discriminating against disabled workers in hiring decisions. They are also obligated to provide disabled workers with reasonable accommodations so that those workers are not limited in the tasks that they can do at work.