CA Reasonable Accommodation Law Explained by an Employment Lawyer

CA Reasonable Accommodation Law Explained by an Employment Lawyer

Most California Employees have heard about reasonable accommodations. But what are they? Who is entitled to them? And what can you win if your employer fails to give you one? Keep watching to find out. Some basics – The California Fair Employment and Housing Act prohibits employment discrimination. Section 12940(a) outlines a whole bunch of […]

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Risk Management and child employment

Risk Management and child employment

Hi, I’m Umi.I’m a kid with a dream – to be a movie star!If you want to employ a childfor any advertising or entertainment purposes,and we’re under 15 years of age,you’ll need a permit.There are a number of things you need to knowbefore you’re given a Child Employment Permit,especially when it comes to risk management.A […]

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How Supercarrier Aircraft Catapults Work

How Supercarrier Aircraft Catapults Work

Modern aircraft carriers are impressive warships that play a key role in global military operations. Although they are not particularly well-suited for combat on their own, they are invaluable assets because they serve as mobile airbases that can be deployed just about anywhere around the globe. There are approximately 50 aircraft carriers currently in service […]

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Watch This Before You Buy Call Of Duty Modern Warfare

Watch This Before You Buy Call Of Duty Modern Warfare

The holidays are creeping up, and you know what that means: It’s nearly Call of Duty time! Activision’s AAA shooter is trying something a bit different this year, so if you’re looking for the deets you need to know before you dish out your hard-earned dough for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, you’ve come to […]

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Right to Tweet? Social Media & Employment Law [POLICYbrief]

Right to Tweet? Social Media & Employment Law [POLICYbrief]

Social media has definitely changed the workplace and the relationship between employers and employees. The legal rights for at-will employees, this is becoming a trickier area for both employees and employers. The days of, “Oh, it’s at-will employment, and as a private sector employee, you check your First Amendment rights at the door when you […]

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I Passed out at Work

I Passed out at Work

“You’ll never be successful, why do you even try”. It used to really hurt when people would say that. But I never stopped believing in myself and when I finally made it, I got so much more than just success. Follow my story and I’ll tell you what I’ve learned. I was never the smartest […]

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