On this blog, we have covered some of the different types of discrimination, such as discrimination based upon an employee's age, gender or national origin. However, it is important to point that that people in California may also be subjected to unlawful religious discrimination. If you think that you have been treated in an abusive or unlawful manner because of your beliefs, it is critical to know your rights and speak out.
Not everyone receives overtime pay, which can make employment laws confusing to some. People may simply assume that they aren't entitled to overtime pay for their work. In reality, unless you are a salaried worker, your employer should be paying you at least time and a half for any time over 40 hours that you've worked in any given pay period.
Employers in California need to be aware of regulations related to the employment of minors. The laws vary from wage requirements to school attendance policies, and the consequences of breaking these laws can be major.
When it comes to sexual harassment, victims may suffer in many different ways. Sometimes, a person subjected to sexual harassment may fear that speaking out will result in the loss of their job, while others may be traumatized from what they have been through. Anticouni & Associates is well aware of the different challenges that sexual harassment victims face in Santa Barbara, or any California city, for that matter. We understand that these incidents can also leave victims feeling humiliated and suffering from other forms of emotional pain.
Workers in California who experience sexual advances in the workplace need to understand their rights. Considered to be under the general term of sexual harassment, unwelcome advances are prohibited when it unreasonably interferes with work performance or creates an offensive or intimidating work environment.
Whether you're a teen or an executive in his or her 50s, you're entitled to a paycheck that is timely. State payday laws are in place to make sure that businesses don't delay payments to their employees.