Employment Law

The Los Angeles Freelance Worker Protection Ordinance Went Into Effect July 1, 2023

At Romero Law, our experienced employment law attorneys in Pasadena know properly classifying California workers as either employees or independent contractors has been an evolving topic for years. Before Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) passed throughout California in 2019, making it illegal to misclassify an employee...

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Are You Facing Employer Retaliation for Workplace Safety Complaints in California?

The State of California, Division of Occupational Safety and Health — better known as Cal/OSHA — outlines the health and safety rights of all California workers to help ensure they have a safe and healthful workplace. At Romero Law, our California employment law...

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Amazon Truck Drivers Facing Retaliation for Expressing Vehicle Safety Concerns

At Romero Law, our California employment law attorneys realize it is well-known that Amazon drivers here and across the nation operate from commercial vehicles owned by both the online retail giant and fleets of trucks and vans hired by companies called Delivery Service...

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Proposed California Senate Bill 616 Would More Than Double Mandatory Employee Sick Leave

At Romero Law, our California employment law attorneys keep on fingers on the pulse of all proposed legislation that may impact the state’s employees, and whether it expands or tightens their workplace rights. Currently, California Senate Bill 616 is making its way through...

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Protecting California Workers from Hair Discrimination & Harassment

California is a national leader in forward-thinking anti-discrimination legislation, and was the first U.S. state to ban employers from discriminating against employees or applicants because of their hair texture and “protective" hairstyles like braids, locks, twists, cornrows, and Afros that...

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The Deadline for California Employer Pay Data Reporting is May 10, 2023

At Romero Law, APC our California employment law attorneys know all private California employers with 100 or more employees — with at least one employee in California — are required by law to report pay and demographic data to the California Civil Rights...

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