As a working person in San Francisco, you should always be aware of your employment rights and what your employers legally required responsibilities are to you as an employee. All employees have basic rights in the workplace, including the right to privacy, fair compensation, and freedom from discrimination. As an employee, you deserve to be treated professionally without discrimination and adequately compensated for your achievements and time on the job. Contact JML Law in San Francisco at 415-692-3462 if you have been unlawfully treated by your employer. Let our legal team advise you of your rights and what legal actions you could possibly take.
In accordance with Federal law and California’s hour and wage laws, employers can require you to work overtime when needed. If you refuse to work overtime when asked to do so by your employer, you may be fired or disciplined. However, there are limits set for how many hours of overtime that your employer can require you to work and for how long you can accumulate over time.
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If you quit your job with or without notice, are fired, or suspended, you should be paid for all work accomplished while still employed and for any PTO accumulated. Your employer can not keep your pay from you nor hold it over your head as an incentive to return or as punishment. You should never be made to fear ramifications for reporting unlawful or unethical workplace practices. Contact JML Law at 415-692-3462 or visit our website at www.jmllaw.com if you have been treated discriminately and/or unlawfully by your employer. Let our San Francisco employment law experts make sure you are treated fairly and are legally compensated for all work accomplished.
Every case is unique and needs to be evaluated by our experienced lawyers. If you have been injured in a work-related accident,