Welcome to California Employment Law; the leading resource for employee/employer relations and law. Here you will find information regarding wrongful termination, breach of contracts, overtime disagreements, sex/age/race discrimination, labor code violations, failure to pay wages, unemployment claims, union issues, breaks, at will quitting and much, much more.
Please visit the “documentation” page to find articles, case studies, videos, and links to the most resourceful sites on the net along with a huge list of fast facts regarding California, employment and law. For legal resources such as employee labor codes, California legal dotrine and major state and federal employment laws and regulations please visit the page entitled “law“.
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California Employment Law: Helping Californians resolve employee related legal issues. [ ie. Labor Laws, Employment Law Attorneys, Employment Law Overtime, Wrongful Termination, California Employment Lawyer, Social Security, Contract Law, Discrimination Laws, Probate Law ]
California Employment Law is designed to help you understand your rights as an employer or employee.
Here you will find a list of all the employment related administrative agencies that could possibly help you through any problem you are experiencing. Believe it or not, finding actual documentation stating the law is enough to win any case before ever entering a court room or inquiring legal representation (attorney, mediator, arbitrator).
If you feel you were wrongfully accused or misjudged, please follow the employment rules and regulations below to determine which administrative agency best suits your case. Visit the agency site and read their “options” section to determine which route is best for your personal situation. Each agency has a representative free to help you with any employee related issue during standard government agency business hours.