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Wrongful Termination and At-Will Employment

If you live in California and work for an employer within the state, you generally are classified as an at-will employee, although there are certain exceptions. While this type of employment means both employer and employee can end the employment relationship at any time, wrongful termination does occasionally happen.

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Can You Be Terminated While on Medical Leave?

As a general rule, California employers cannot retaliate against you for taking advantage of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). This piece of legislation gives you up to 12 weeks of unpaid time away from your employer to care for yourself or a relative.

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Sexual Harassment: A Legal Interpretation

Sexual harassment in California prohibits anyone from harassing an employee in a way that causes the person to feel intimidated. Although the common interpretation involves a manager or supervisor making sexual advances, the term has broader connotations.

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Eligibility Under the FMLA in California

As a worker in California, many unpredictable circumstances may arise when going about your daily life, like illness, disability or your child’s birth. Fortunately, the Family Medical Leave Act can support you during such times by ensuring that you get adequate leave and job reinstatement.

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How Prevalent Is Discrimination in The Workplace?

Although you might think that discrimination in California workplaces in the 21st century doesn’t happen, sadly, the opposite is true. More and more employees, especially younger ones who make up Gen-Z, are experiencing these types of problems in their places of employment.

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Qualifying Reasons for Family Leave in California

The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 allows you to take unpaid leave from work for medical and family issues. You should check the law to see if the act protects your situation.

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