Examples Of Wrongful Termination with Checklist

Wrongful termination happens when an employer terminates an employee in violation of the law. Generally speaking, employees in California work at-will. This means that an employer can fire an employee for any reason (or no reason at all). But California employees have many protections under […]

What Are an Employee’s Rights After Job Termination?

California law is highly protective of workers. These protections extend even after the employer terminates employment. The COVID-19 pandemic forced many employers to scramble to comply with California’s employee termination laws. Many of them were unable to do so. But regardless of the reason for […]