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Severance packages: Why employers need to consider them.

During the course of business, employers inevitably have to let employees go. In some cases, business just isn’t going well; in other cases, there may be a problem with a specific employee. Whatever the case, employment sometimes must be termin… Read More
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Wrongful Termination & Public Policy: Explained!

California employees may not be terminated if the employer is motivated by an unlawful reason. For example, an employer in California may not terminate an employee because of their race, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. Nor may an employer… Read More
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Wrongful termination & discrimination: California employment law overview.

California is generally an at-will employment state. This means that employment may be terminated with or without cause by either the employer or the employee. This doesn’t mean, however, that an employer may terminate an employee for any reaso… Read More
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At-Will Employment in California: Definition & Limitations.

In California, most employment is, by default, defined as being “at-will.” Employment that is “at-will” may be terminated at any time at the will of either party—either the employee or the employer—with or without cause. E… Read More
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