Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

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Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • What are my basic employee rights?

    Every Los Angeles employee has basic employment rights at his or her job. Those rights include the right to a discrimination-free workplace, fair compensation and more. Unfortunately, it isn't uncommon for employees to suffer a rights violation, so it's...

  • Am I eligible for medical leave from my job?

    The law protects employees who need to take time off for certain family and medical reasons. However, medical leave laws can be confusing. Many people who wish to take medical leave do not know if they qualify. Employees in...

  • University pays $1.15 million in sexual assault case

    A woman has settled her 2015 claim of sexual assault with the University of California Santa Cruz. According to the claim, which the woman filed with the UCSC Regents in 2015, a USCS professor wooed her with wine and...

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • 3 behaviors that indicate subtle sexual harassment

    Los Angeles workers are more sensitive to the right to work in an environment free of sexual harassment. However, "subtle sexual harassers" still run rampant in Los Angeles work environments. These subtle harassers -- often veiling their harassment as...

  • 7 questions you must ask yourself if you think you are the victim of workplace discrimination

    Despite the fact that both federal and California law prohibit various types of workplace discrimination, it still happens far too often. In some cases, employers will even use company reorganizations or reductions-in-force as an excuse when they illegally fire workers...

  • Late hourly wages and failure to pay wages claims

    Under the California Labor Code, hourly, salaried and commissioned employees are subject to different payment standards. However, there are some general guidelines that employers must follow, and failure to pay an employee at the appropriate time could lead to...

  • Understanding whistleblower protection laws

    Every once in awhile, a major story breaks about a courageous whistleblower: One who comes forward with information about an employer's wrongdoing or illegal acts. What doesn't make the news are stories of the many people who witness these...

  • Men suffer from sexual harassment too

    Everyone knows that sexual harassment laws go in both directions. It doesn't matter if the harasser is a man or a woman, and it doesn't matter if the person being harassed is a man or a woman. Sexual harassment...

  • Did your employer offer you a severance package - after illegally laying you off?

    Did your employer use a reduction in force as an excuse to fire you for an illegal reason? Did your employer offer you a severance package? A severance package does not make discrimination okay. Money does not negate illegal...

  • Sexual harassment: Hot yoga founder ordered to forfeit proceeds

    A Los Angeles employment law judge ordered Bikram Choudhury, the founder of Bikram Yoga, to turn over business proceeds earned by his global fitness company in order to pay $6.8 million to his ex-legal advisor. The legal advisor won...

  • Company Downsizing Is No Excuse For Illegal Workplace Discrimination

    Even though there are various laws in place to prevent such actions, some California employers have been known to use company reorganizations and reductions-in-force (RIF) as an excuse to illegally discriminate against employees. Fortunately, our firm recently published an important...

  • Wrongful termination checklist: Were you fired for these reasons?

    Wrongful termination happens when an individual is fired from his or her job for the wrong reasons. California state law and federal law protect workers from being fired for specific reasons. If the terminated employee can show that he...

  • Were you illegally fired during a company reorganization?

    Layoffs are quite common in a company reorganization. When structural or operational changes are made to protect a company's bottom line, some positions may be eliminated. ...

  • Woman files lawsuit after 15 years of sexual harassment

    A union leader from San Diego is now facing sexual harassment allegations. A civil court case filed by a female employee who worked with the man alleges that the union leader sexually harassed her while she was employed as...

  • On-the-job gender discrimination is not a myth

    An unfortunate perspective continues to persist in the United States, and it is even believed by many employers and workers. It's the idea that gender discrimination is a "myth." It's the idea that on-the-job sexism isn't real. The fact...

  • Your boss discriminated against you during a company reorganization ― now what?

    After years of hard work and countless late nights at the office, you finally obtain your dream job - only to be told that you are being let go due to company downsizing. After your initial shock fades, you start...

  • 2 primary types of sexual harassment

    Sexual harassment in Los Angeles workplaces primarily takes two different forms. First, we have quid pro quo sexual harassment. Second, we have hostile work environment sexual harassment. Both these types of sexual harassment are difficult and damaging for their...

  • University of California establishes new sexual harassment rules

    The University of California announced new guidelines that will apply to sexual harassment allegations on campus. The new guidelines came in response to an incident in October 2016, where a regent of the university asked a female employee for permission...

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 months ago

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  • 2 categories for sexual harassment

    In general, sexual harassment is illegal in the workplace. However, it's important to know exactly how it is defined and categorized when it occurs. There are two main types to consider. First off, sexual harassment may create a hostile...

  • Sexual harassment among National Park employees

    Workplace sexual harassment can happen anywhere. While most people think of this type of harassment occurring in an office environment, recent examples prove that this conduct can happen anywhere. Recent reports of sexual harassment at America's national parks have...

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Can your employer withhold part of your tips?

    Employees who are given cash tips often don't have much trouble collecting them promptly and without issue, especially if the tips are just left on tables for the specific employees, rather than put into centralized tip jars. However, customers...

  • Retaliations and wrongful termination in California

    Wrongful termination lawsuits fall under a lot of different categories. For example, a California resident might be terminated from his or her employment as form of gender, age or racial discrimination. Wrongful termination as a form of retaliation could...

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

Bononi Law Group, LLP

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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