Corporate America is a dog-eat-dog world. In California, employees with disabilities can now come to work with dogs, monkeys, and horses.
In California, a split shift shouldn’t be a splitting headache. California law entitles you to a split shift premium.
Height and weight discrimination are a “growing” problem. Fortunately for employees in San Francisco, such discrimination can entitle them to enormous “dough.”
Many car wash operators think they can shut down to avoid paying their workers. California law cleans up a car wash operator’s act.
American women face two types of wage discrimination: unequal pay for equal work and unequal pay for work of equal value. The California Equal Pay Act (CEPA) of 1949 addresses the former type of discrimination. Yesterday, Gov. Jerry Brown addressed the latter by signing the California Fair Pay Act (CFPA) during a ceremony at Rosie.