Public Employer Leave Laws in California?

Answer California leave laws provide both private and some public agency employees the right to use family leave. California public employers must comply with the state's vacation and sick leave laws allo... Read More »

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California Public Sector Labor Laws?

California public sector labor laws can be found in the California Labor Code, which is a collection of California statutes designed to protect the rights of California citizens. California public ... Read More »

Can an employer terminate an employee who was out on fmla leave?

If an employee has worked for her employer for at least 12 months, has worked at least 1,250 hours over the past 12 months, and works at a location where the company employs 50 or more employees wi... Read More »

Can an employer require communication during FMLA leave?

On One Hand: Your Employer May Contact YouAccording to the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, your employer can contact you during your leave to ask you questions to confirm that the leave you'r... Read More »

Are Federal Employer Identification Numbers public information?

Federal Employment Identification Numbers, EINs, are not public. They are the business equivalent of a Social Security number and are tied to important private corporate information, such as bank a... Read More »