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California Employment Law Lawyers

The complex field of employment law encompasses many legal issues within the workplace. California law protects the rights of employees with regards to treatment in the workplace, fair wage payment, meal and rest breaks, and overtime payment.

Bisnar Chase's California Employment Law Attorneys represent employees whose worker rights have been violated, who have not been paid for the work they have completed, and who are not given appropriate rights with regards to breaks. If you feel like you need an employment lawyer for any issues in the workplace, contact us for a free consultation at 800-561-4887.

California Employment Trial Lawyers

We know the laws regarding California workplaces from front to back and we will let you know if your case against your employer qualifies you for compensation.

Our law firm has an outstanding team of legal professionals that work every case down to the last detail. Our California employment attorneys are also trial lawyers and take cases to trial on a regular basis. Don't settle for a law firm that refuses to try your case or simply settle with your employer.

Read the following summaries of the different categories of employment law down below.

Wage and Hour Law

Wage and hour cases are seen most frequently out of all the types of cases in employment law because these cases are easily the most documented cases of employment law violations. Wage violation occurs in the following situations:

  • Employer fails to provide pay stubs with detailed information.
  • Employees are classified as "exempt" and are not given overtime pay.
  • Employer does not provide employees with 10 minute breaks for every four hours of work.
  • Employers do not provide employees with meal breaks within the first five hours of work.
  • Employer neglects to provide paid time for tasks required to properly prepare for work.
  • Employer neglects to ensure employees are meeting minimum wage requirements.
  • Employer neglects to provide second meal breaks for shifts longer than 10 hours.

Learn more about the specific California laws regarding wage and hour:

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Harassment and Hostile Work Environment

Harassment on the job and unfair wages and discrimination are the realities of millions of American workers, and applies when an employee of a company legitimately fears going to their workplace due to the hostile environment they encounter there. Filing a lawsuit in these situations is difficult, but not impossible. Visit our hostile workplace environment page to see if you have a case.

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Wrongful Termination

California is an "at-will" employment state, meaning that an employer may terminate an employee at any time, with or without cause. Though there are exceptions to this law, like in cases of whistleblowing or discrimination, the legal language generally makes it very difficult to bring a case against a company for wrongful termination. Some attorneys will ignore wrongful termination cases because of this difficulty, but Bisnar Chase investigates evidence of wrongdoing not only within the termination process, but also in other aspects of the employer's treatment of its workers.

Learn more about what can be considered a wrongful termination:

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Lawyers that Will Fight For You

Employees who deal with wage violations, wrongful termination, harassment, or a hostile work environment have a right to receive compensation. Our top rated California employment law attorneys have been defending the rights of workers in courtrooms for decades. We have the experience and resources to take on some of the toughest cases in the state of California.

Bisnar Chase has the attorneys and a large staff of paralegals to get you the best possible results for your case.

Call us now at 800-561-4887 for your free consultation.

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