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December 2018 Archives

Common questions about age discrimination at work

If you are an employee and over the age of 40 in the state of California, you may be starting to feel that your age is becoming a barrier to gaining or retaining work. If you are worried that you are being discriminated against because of your age, it is important that you understand the law so that you can take action when necessary.

Understanding temporary disability and workers' compensation

In almost all workplace injury cases, the worker in question becomes temporarily disabled in some way. Essentially, this means that the worker is physically unable to carry out their job because of the injury. This temporary disability could last a matter of days, weeks or months. The important thing to note is that during the time in which the worker is temporarily disabled, they are losing an income as a result.

Can my employer legally cut my salary?

When we have a steady job, we depend on the money made from that job in order to pay our rent and fund our lifestyle. Therefore, when our pay is cut in one way or another, it can be very difficult to deal with. A worker in the state of California might be subject to wage cuts through a reduction in hourly pay or salary pay. Alternatively, they may be subject to a reduction in wages because they are receiving a reduction in working hours.

Driver's responsibility after an incident with a child cyclist

In general, cyclists are much more vulnerable on the road than drivers of vehicles. This is because they can often be more difficult to see, especially at night. Additionally, they have minimal external protections when a collision does occur. Therefore, they can suffer from very serious injuries even when the driver is maintaining a slow speed.

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