Monthly Archives November 2015

California employees have the right to challenge an employer’s illegal employment policies and employment contracts.

California has some of the strongest employee protection laws in the nation. California law prevents discrimination in employment, ensures fair pay for all workers, and protects employees who exercise their legal rights. Nevertheless, California employers sometimes try to evade the law by inserting illegal provisions into their employment contracts and employee handbooks. Here are some examples of provisions that may violate California law: Non-compete clauses: These clauses prevent or discourage employees from accepting a job with the employer’s competitor. Confidentiality
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