California Labor Law

FMLA and the California labor law

The Family Medical Leave Act is enforced under California labor law. This act states that if your employer has over 50 employees, then they must allow you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave in any of the following cases. If you have a serious illness and cannot work, if you must care for a member of your immediate family or if you have a new child in your home, through either birth or adoption, then you must be granted leave under this act.

California labor law violations

If you are have experienced discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination or lost wages because of pregnancy leave, then your employer has violated California labor law. This law is in place to protect employee rights, such as the right to care for your children and the right to not suffering harassment at work. If you feel that your employer has violated any of the above laws, then you should contact California Wage Law Attorney for more information.

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