Dec. 19, 2008
-- Santa Cruz, CA, — An October 2008 California Employee Development Department survey estimated that the number of Californians holding jobs was around 17,053,000. This number represents a decrease of 14,000 from September, and a decrease of 162,000 from the same month last year. That’s a number that can make a significant impact on the state’s financial health. But of those numbers, how many were legitimate terminations?
How many of those unemployed people know and understand the California Labor Board termination rights?
As per the California Labor Board, termination from a company has to follow certain procedures and regulations. These were put in place to protect both the employee and employer. In many cases, at least one party is unaware of their rights and duties. LawyersAndSettlements.com offers over 10,000 up-to-date court cases and settlements for reference on California labor laws and other legal developments. Visitors can now study real-life cases from local and national news agencies as well as submissions from individuals who feel that labor and other laws have been violated, and seek legal assistance while helping to educate others. They can also read stories about real people terminated from their jobs for various reasons, and see how legal advice and action helped them assert their legal rights.
The site also has links to timely and practical legal advice, as well as to lawyers and law firms who can help individuals figure out the proper moves to make. Individuals wanting to use California Labor Board termination rules and rulings to their advantage should visit http://www.lawyersandsettlements.com
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