If your employer is not paying for your expenses related to work, you may be entitled to compensation. California Labor Code section 2802(a) requires that employers reimburse employees for reasonable business expenses incurred in direct consequence of the discharge of their duties. That means if you spend money to do your work, your employer should be paying for it. The purpose of the law is...Read More
What if I my employer is not following the safety rules at work?
If your employer is not following safety rules, you have the right to speak up. You can tell your employer if you believe your workplace is unsafe or unhealthy. And you have the right to report your employer to the appropriate government agency. Based on the type of complaint it can be to the federal government, which is...Read More