Employees who work in California for 30 days or more within a year of starting their job on or after July 1, 2015, are entitled to paid sick leave.
Piece-rate compensation is based on paying a specified sum for completing a particular task or making a particular item.
This law extends overtime pay rights to certain personal attendants working in the home who were not previously entitled to overtime pay under California law.
Minimum wage, different forms of employee leave, overtime, meals, and breaks are all covered by state wage and hour legislation.
Unemployment benefits, workers' compensation, pensions, unfair termination, and working conditions are all covered on this platform.
LawHelpCa.org: Job Discrimination
This website directs you to local legal assistance for workplace discrimination problems.
Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center
This website contains details about the Employment Law Center's services that help low-income Californians with problems such as workers' rights, disability rights at work, unemployment benefits, wage and hour claims, and more.
"How to Prepare for Your Appeal Hearing" video
The California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board has prepared this guide to assist you in preparing for your hearing to challenge a denial of unemployment benefits.
Workplace and Employment Issues for People with Disabilities - Video Series
Six videos in American Sign Language (ASL) with English captioning about your rights. Deaf interpreters clarify concepts such as discrimination, fair housing, unemployment insurance, involuntary disability care, and leaves of absence to staff who are deaf or hard of hearing in the videos. Two of the videos are aimed directly at domestic abuse, sexual harassment, and stalking survivors. The Employment Law Center of the Legal Aid Society.