Employers can’t ask if you intend to become a citizen or require naturalization or alien registration prior to employment. They can ask if you can verify your legal right to work in the United States after you’re hired. Employers can ask what languages you speak,...read more
Employee Rights Attorney Mission Viejo, California Q: "I recently completed a one year assignment as a contractor with a large company. I left under what I believed to be favorable circumstances. "I recently became aware that the project manager at the company has...read more
Employee Rights Attorney Mission Viejo, California Q: Our employee manual states that maternity leave is granted for birth or adoption of a child. Originally HR told me I could take time off with pay for adoption. When I asked for this information in writing, it...read more
by Patrick E. Turner Employee Rights Attorney Mission Viejo, California Q: Can you please provide more information on using up to one half of one's paid sick leave to care for a sick wife based on a new law? A: "The law you're referencing is California Labor Code...read more
Employee Rights Attorney Mission Viejo, California Q: After working three months at a company, I suddenly had to go on sick leave for bladder problems and rheumatoid arthritis. After my first week, off, the company direct deposited a week's pay into my bank account. I...read more
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