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February 2015 Archives

Paid family, pregnancy and sick leave laws

A parent shouldn't have to choose between caring for a sick child and earning enough to put food on the table. A mother should be able to spend time with a newborn without sacrificing her weekly wages. And a seriously ill individual shouldn't be putting himself and the general public at risk just because he is unable to afford missing a day of work. Yet these are exact scenarios that an astonishingly large number of Americans face each and every day. These are the impossible choices American workers face without any law to protect their income when life interrupts work.

What is a wrongful termination claim based on in California?

Wrongful termination claims are made whenever a person thinks he or she has been unfairly and unlawfully fired or terminated from a job. If the firing could have been unlawful, then you have a right to bring your case to trial. Through the legal process, it may be possible to obtain monetary damages, a severance package or other benefits from the defendant.

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