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Employee Handbook Facts and Tips

By Jon McGrath |

In general, an employee handbook sets forth a company’s policies and procedures as they pertain to the employer/employee relationship.  It should properly and adequately inform employees of the nature of their employment, company policies and procedures, notices, and employee benefits, rights, and expectations. Many employers have not reviewed their employee handbook and/or do not… Read More »

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Can I Be Fired From My Job For Any Reason?

By Jon McGrath |

Many California employers believe that they can fire an “at-will” employee for any reason. This belief is far from the truth.  California employers need to be aware that there exists a plethora of exceptions to the general rule regarding “at-will” employment. What is “at-will” employment?  The term “at-will” employment generally means that an employer… Read More »

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Employees Have Strong Legal Protection against Retaliation

By Coast Employment Law, APC |

When an employee files a complaint about sexual harassment or discrimination against your workplace, the law provides him or her strong legal protection against any retaliatory actions against him or her by your company. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission absolutely prohibits any employer from retaliating against an employee who has complained about sexual harassment,… Read More »

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