California Labor Law Commission Gives to Community Year-Round
Ironically, garment manufacturers who violate California Labor Law by not paying minimum wage or California overtime (and more) are giving back to their community and possibly their workers, thanks to the California Labor Commissioner’s office and Shelter Partnership, Inc.
Asians With Disabilities Face Unique Challenges
Asians and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities of California (APIDC) held a press conference at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center on Dec. 12 announcing findings and recommendations from a major study outlining the disparities and employment barriers faced by Asian Americans with disabilities.
New CA Employment Laws Effective January 1
Almost all of the new employment laws enacted by California Governor Jerry Brown in 2012 will become effective on January 1, 2013.
After Career in Beauty, Facing Challenges of Failing Vision
Kevin Clements once led a glamorous life. A makeup artist and skin specialist, he traveled up and down the West Coast for Fashion Fair Cosmetics, making promotional appearances at department stores and enjoying his expense account.
The Claim Acceptance Letter: What You Need to Know
Let’s say that you are injured at work and you go to the clinic designated by your employer for treatment and to fill out a C-4 Claim for Compensation.