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What is the Difference Between an Employee and an Independent Contractor in California?
At Romero Law, our employment law attorney in Pasadena, California knows how important it is for businesses to have access to independent contractors when their workload grows beyond their employees’ capabilities. They provide an exceptional short-term remedy to adding extra...read more
What Constitutes a Hostile Working Environment in California?
At Romero Law, our employment law attorneys in Pasadena, California understand that hostility in the workplace may be difficult to recognize from a legal standpoint. A hostile work environment is not defined by coworkers excluding you from activities, or exhibiting...read more
What meal breaks are required in California?
Employers can’t expect employees to work full time without having adequate meal breaks. The law sets very specific standards for what workers are entitled to. Knowing your rights is imperative so you can ensure you’re getting what’s due to you....read more
Complaint alleges rampant sexual harassment at Tesla
The Elon Musk empire and its many technological ventures have been the subject of scandal many times in the past. Now, a female worker at the Tesla factory in Northern California is describing the “fraternity” atmosphere many female employees must...read more
The importance of recognizing discriminatory patterns
Overt racial discrimination is illegal and has been for almost 60 years in the United States. Since the laws preventing it went on the books, it has declined tremendously. Companies used to be able to actively tell minorities not to...read more
Filing an OSHA whistleblower claim
The Occupational Safety and Health Act makes it unlawful for employers to take retaliatory action against employees who report unhealthy or unsafe conditions in the workplace. Workers wishing to report retaliation in violation of this or other whistle blow laws...read more