If you have recently had your employment terminated in the state of California, it is likely that you will be feeling quite shocked and worried about your future. It is common for employers to disregard the rights of their employees during the process of employment termination, whether intentionally or intentionally. This is why it is important that you familiarize yourself on your rights to seek and negotiate severance pay.
All employees in the state of California have the right to be paid overtime if they are eligible under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). However, many employers fall short on payment responsibilities regarding their employees. Some employees are owed months or even years of unpaid overtime, which in some cases can amount to thousands of dollars.
A former police captain for the Beverly Hills Police Department filed a lawsuit alleging he faced discrimination based on his age and religion at work. According to CBS Los Angeles, the city agreed to a $2.3 million settlement. Rosen’s case was scheduled to go to trial next week, but as part of his settlement, he will now retire this week.