Month: May 2022

At Will Employment in California

Most employees in California are considered “at-will” employees. In fact, California's Labor Code contains a presumption that employees in California are employed at will. What this means is that the employee may terminate their employment at any time. Likewise,...

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Sexual Harassment in California

In California, employees are protected from sexual harassment in the workplace by the Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) (Labor Code secs. 12900 -12996.) There are various types of sexual harassment. It usually includes either - Unwanted sexual advances, or -...

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