Posted in Current Class Actions, Employee Rights, Employment Law, Equal Pay, Wage and Hour, Whistleblowers on July 11, 2019
Visiting Angels Lawsuit Rukin Hyland & Riggin is currently investigating potential employment violations by Home Care company Visiting Angels. Over the last few years, multiple home care, hospice care, and senior care corporations have come under the spotlight for abusing home how employees are classified and paid. California labor and employment laws are put in place to protect... read more.
Posted in Civil Rights, Employee Rights, Equal Pay, Fair Pay Act on August 2, 2017
Have you ever felt that you were not paid fair wages due to race, ethnicity, or salary history? On January 1, 2017, the state legislature added two provisions to the California Fair Pay Act to address these concerns regarding equal pay. California Fair Pay Act: Revised Previously, the Fair Pay Act stated that workers conducting... read more.
Posted in Civil Rights, Civil rights in the workplace, Employee Rights, Equal Pay on July 20, 2017
San Francisco’s Parity in Pay Ordinance Yesterday, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee signed the Parity in Pay Ordinance, which prohibits employers from inquiring about or relying upon a job applicant’s salary history. Specifically, the Ordinance prevents employers who are required to do business in the City, including City contractors and subcontractors, from considering a job... read more.
Posted in Civil rights in the workplace, Employee Rights, Equal Pay, Fair Pay Act, News, Wage and Hour on May 20, 2016
From Robin Wright making news for demanding the same pay as her ‘House of Cards’ co-star Kevin Spacey to the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team filing an EEOC charge for pay discrimination, equal pay is having a moment–and California’s equal pay laws are no exception. On January 1, 2016, California’s Fair Pay Act took effect to strengthen the... read more.