In Need Of an Employment Law Lawyer in Long Beach?

Dedicated Employment Law Attorneys in Long Beach, California

At Romero Law, APC, our Long Beach employment law attorneys in California know that over $140 billion in trade moves through the city annually, making it the second busiest seaport in the United States.

The Port supports more than 30,000 jobs in Long Beach, 316,000 jobs throughout Southern California, and 1.4 million jobs throughout the United States. Long Beach’s other largest employers include healthcare, education, manufacturing, mining, quarrying, and oil & gas extraction.

Our Los Angeles County employment law attorneys work tirelessly for each sector’s employees when their workplace rights have been violated so they can pursue their employers for the legal remedy necessary to make them whole again.

If you want to understand more about your legal rights and options for holding your employer accountable for workplace violations, contact our skilled Long Beach employment law attorneys today to schedule a free consultation.

Employment Law in Long Beach

Romero Law Long Beach, California Employment Law Attorneys Practice Areas

At Romero Law, APC, our Long Beach employment law attorneys protect clients’ rights throughout California and take the necessary legal steps to hold their employers liable for their unlawful treatment.

For over a decade, our employment law firm in Los Angeles County has produced unmatched results for our clients because we care about what we do and the people we represent. We take complex cases no one else will and turn them into success stories.

Our skilled employment law attorneys in Long Beach, California, represent employees who have suffered workplace injustices in the following practice areas:

Our committed Long Beach employment lawyers stand ready to fight hard to help you obtain justice for the wrongs you have suffered. We will explain each legal avenue available for your case during a free consultation. Call us now to learn more.

Local, State & Federal Employment Laws Protect All California Employees

Whether you work for the Port of Long Beach, the Long Beach Unified School District, the Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, or another employer, all hourly and salaried employees in California are protected by equal employment law.

California’s labor laws generally apply to all employees, regardless of their compensation method. These protections are designed to ensure fair treatment, safe working conditions, and adherence to wage and hour regulations for all workers in the state.

Here are some reasons why both hourly and salaried employees have equal employment law protections:

  • Non-Discrimination Laws

California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits discrimination and harassment in employment based on various protected characteristics, such as race, gender, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, and more. These protections apply to all employees, regardless of their compensation structure.

  • Wage and Hour Laws

California’s wage and hour laws, including minimum wage, overtime pay, meal and rest breaks, and record-keeping requirements, apply to hourly and salaried employees. Employers must comply with these laws regardless of how employees are paid.

  • Health and Safety Regulations

Workplace safety regulations enforced by Cal/OSHA apply to all employees, regardless of their compensation structure. Employers must provide a safe working environment and comply with safety standards to protect their employees’ health and well-being.

  • Leave Protections

California’s leave laws, such as those related to family and medical leave, pregnancy disability leave, and paid sick leave, apply to all eligible employees, regardless of whether they are paid hourly or salaried.

  • Obligations Regarding Worker Classification

Employers must correctly classify their workers as employees or independent contractors based on specific criteria outlined in California law, regardless of whether they are paid hourly or salaried.

  • Protection Against Retaliation

Hourly or salaried employees are protected from retaliation for exercising their rights under California labor laws, such as reporting discrimination or safety violations, filing wage claims, or participating in investigations.

California’s employment laws are intended to provide comprehensive protections for all workers in the state, regardless of their job title, compensation structure, or industry.

If you believe your employer is violating your California workplace rights, contact our skilled employment law attorneys in Long Beach today for help enforcing your rights and pursuing the best legal remedy for your unique circumstances.

Contact Our Skilled Employment Law Attorneys in Long Beach, California

At Romero Law, APC, our experienced Long Beach employment law attorneys take a hands-on approach to pursuing real results our clients can count on because we are more than just their lawyer but their advocate.

Our bilingual law firm staff offers services in English and Spanish and is available now to discuss your case during a free consultation. Call 626-396-9900 or contact us online to learn more.

Directions from Long Beach to Pasadena Employment Law at Romero Law, APC.

These directions are from Google Maps starting from:

Total Est. Time: 36 min
Total Est. Distance: 32.8 Miles

  • Get on I-710 N from W 3rd St and W Shoreline Dr
  • Head north on Pacific Ave toward W 3rd St
  • Turn left at the 1st cross street onto W 3rd St
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take the ramp to I-70 N
  • Merge with W Shoreline Dr
  • Use the left 2 lanes to merge with I-710 N via the ramp to Pasadena
  • Follow I-710 N, I-5 N and CA-110 N/Arroyo Seco Pkwy to E Glenarm St in Pasadena
  • Merge with I-710 N
  • Keep right to continue on I-5 N, follow signs for I-10 W/Santa Monica/Interstate 5 N/Sacramento
  • Keep left to stay on I-5 N, follow signs for Sacramento
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 137B to merge with CA-110 N/Arroyo Seco Pkwy
  • Take S Los Robles Ave and Cordova St to S Lake Ave
  • Turn right onto E Glenarm St
  • At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto S Los Robles Ave
  • Turn right onto Cordova St
  • Turn right onto S Lake Ave

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(626) 788-8916

Our address is:
251 S. Lake Avenue, Suite 930
Pasadena 91101, Country: USA

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