California provides a robust framework of laws that protect workers from wage theft. Unfortunately, wage theft is still widespread in California.
Many workers in California are misclassified as independent contractors instead of as employees, resulting in significant wage theft and hardship.
Unfortunately, many companies still pay their female and minority employees far less than their male and non-minority colleagues, in violation of the Equal Pay Act.
Many employers fail to provide their workers with proper breaks, leading to exhausted employees and unsafe working conditions.
Employees in California are entitled to reimbursement for all business related expenses, including for the business use of their home internet, cell phones, automobile mileage and more.
Unfortunately, data breaches are an all-to-common occurrence in today’s modern world. Where so much of our most precious information is stored online, data breaches can be a very real source of confusion, concern, and crisis.