Are Arbitration Clauses in Employee Agreements Legal in California?
AB 51 makes binding arbitration agreements illegal in California for employers in 2020

Are Arbitration Clauses in Employee Agreements Legal in California?

A temporary restraining order preventing California from enforcing AB 51 will remain in effect until January 31, 2020. The temporary restraining order has been amended to limit its application only to arbitration agreements covered by the Federal Arbitration Act.

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Three Ways to Find Out If You Are Legally an Independent Contractor or Employee
AB 5 is a new California labor law addressing the misclassification of workers as independent contractors

Three Ways to Find Out If You Are Legally an Independent Contractor or Employee

In recent months, a large number of workers in California – both classified as (1099) independent contractors and (W-2) employees – are trying to determine their employment status after the…

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Workers Gain Greater Legal Rights Against National Origin Discrimination and Harassment
Angry rude caucasian executive firing male incompetent african employee for bad work, impolite white partner telling black businessman to get out detecting fraud, prejudice and racial discrimination

Workers Gain Greater Legal Rights Against National Origin Discrimination and Harassment

Have you faced harassment at your work for your accent, appearance, or immigration status? You may be subject to discrimination on the basis of your national origin. Employees facing discrimination…

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