A Dose of Employment Law

This blog*, A Dose of Employment Law, is a resource aimed at educating California employers and employees on unique and important employment laws as well as legal developments. 


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The Top 16 Things Employers Do to Get Sued

The California Chamber of Commerce identified “The Top 10 Things Employers Do to Get Sued”. Employment laws are complicated, ever-evolving and numerous. Thus, even though small business owners and entrepreneurs want to comply with the law, they are at risk of unintentionally violating employment laws. Below is the Chamber’s list of “The Top 10 Things Employers Do to Get Sued”. In each of my subsequent blog entries, I will discuss one of the items on the list. I will provide information on the applicable laws including recent developments, compliance suggestions, and links to resources for further information. At Shivani Sutaria Law Offices, we are focused on helping employers prevent lega

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