Why is it important to document misconduct at work? Renowned Santa Monica and Santa Barbara employment lawyer Zachary Cantor explains.
You really have to read the arbitration clause in your new employment contract. But do you have to agree to it wholesale, or can you add comments? Seasoned employment attorney Zach Cantor of Santa Monica and Santa Barbara explains.
Did your employer have valid and legal reasons to fire you? Experienced employment attorney Zach Cantor explains where the lines are drawn, and what paperwork to prepare if you fear your employer is bracing to fire you unjustly.
Today, Santa Monica and Santa Barbara employment lawyer Zach Cantor explains how your social media postings can cause problems at work. In other words, dance like no one is watching, but post like it may one day be shown to a jury in a court of law.
The law says harassment needs to be severe or pervasive. So, what does that mean? Where is the line drawn? At what point do you complain to your boss, and at what point do you have a lawsuit? Santa Monica and Santa Barbara employment lawyer Zach Cantor explains.
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