Monthly Archives: March 2018
What is the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing and What Happens After I File a Complaint?
If you live and work in California, you may have questions about the state agencies that handle employment discrimination claims. More specifically, what is the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH)? And if you do file a complaint, what is the process for moving forward once you get the complaint filed? We… Read More »
If you work for a California employer who requires that you sign a covenant not to compete, or a non-compete agreement, can it be enforced against you in California if you end up leaving your job for a new position elsewhere? Generally, California does not permit non-compete agreements to be enforced as against public… Read More »
More than 2.8 million California employees have something to celebrate this year. Effective January 1, 2018, SB 63 becomes law, giving those employees working for small businesses the opportunity to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave to bond with their newborn, for adoption, or for placement of a foster child without the… Read More »