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2016 will bring new changes to employment laws in the State of California, and these changes are ones that employers of all sizes and industries will want to take note of. The Law Office of Robert David Baker has more than 30 years of experience defending the rights of both business owners and employees in […]

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In part in response to the terror attack in San Bernardino and other world events in late 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (or, EEOC), issued new guidance to employers on workplace discrimination against Muslims, those of Middle Eastern descent or anyone assumed to be of either Middle Eastern descent or the Muslim faith. This […]

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2016 will bring many changes in the law that California employers should take note of. We’ve collected several changes we anticipate that 2016 will bring for California employers, and our office is available to answer any questions you may have about ensuring that your company complies will all changes in labor and employment laws for […]

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If you’ve ever been out of work or lost your job, you know how demoralizing and stressful it can be – especially if you were fired for arbitrary or discriminatory reasons. Like any major life change or upheaval, being fired can leave some people shaken up emotionally, which for some can turn into full blown […]

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Beginning in January, prosecutors and police in California will be required to assist some immigrants who are victims of crime in California in obtaining special visas in exchange for the individual’s help in criminal investigations. The so-called “U Visa” will be made available to immigrants who assist law enforcement and prosecutor’s offices in criminal investigations, […]

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Occasionally, we all set in when we’re needed and help out before or past our scheduled work hours. If you have made yourself available to work for your employer when technically “off the clock”, or if your employer has asked you not to report all of your house worked and then refuses to compensate you […]

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Are you a San Jose area employee concerned about sick leave? Do you have questions about sick leave in California? If so, call the Law Offices of Robert P. Baker today to speak to our experienced and knowledgeable employer law specialists. Attorney Robert David Baker has been zealously advocating for Los Angeles area employees for several […]

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Have you been recently fired from a staffing agency or other temporary employment agency? Do you believe that your firing was unjust or possibly illegal? If so, call the Los Angeles area employment law expert: Attorney Robert David. Baker. The Law Offices of Robert David Baker has been advocating for worker’s rights for several decades […]

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As of the beginning of this year, California employers that are legally required to provide sexual harassment training and must include specific training for supervisors. The training which must be provided to supervisors now includes mandatory training on the prevention of “abusive conduct”. This new law, AB 2053, made the prevention of “abusive conduct” a […]

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Employees in California enjoy some job benefits that workers in other states do not enjoy, including mandatory paid sick leave laws. Many employers in the State of California are legally obligated to provide their employees paid sick leave, which employees can use for themselves or to care for an ill family member. This past July, […]

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Are you a San Jose or greater Bay Area employee who has faced job discrimination, workplace retaliation or job termination . .
Workers in the United States are protected by a number of state and federal laws aimed at keeping employers honest . .
Were you a hardworking San Jose or Bay Area resident who has faced discrimination at work?. .
It is illegal in the State of California for employers to discriminate against workers over the age of 40. .
Although most everyone knows that it is illegal in the State of California, and in the entire United States. .
In the past, many people considered sexual harassment in the workplace to be a given. .