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Monthly Archives: June 2022


What Is A Tip? That Question Matters For FLSA Purposes

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets requirements on what the minimum wage is that must be paid to employees, as well as dictating how much employees must be paid when they work overtime. However, the law also recognizes that tipped employees are different. Employers, the law rationalizes, shouldn’t have to pay as much… Read More »

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Is Your Employee Manual Or Handbook An Enforceable Contract?

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

California is an at-will employment state, which means that employees can be fired for any reason, so long as the firing doesn’t violate any other state or federal laws, and so long as there isn’t an employment contract. Knowing this, and to take advantage of at-will employment, many employers don’t give employees employment contracts,… Read More »

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Discrimination On The Basis Of HIV In The Workplace Is Illegal

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

When we think of discrimination in the workplace, we often think of discrimination on the basis of race or gender. However, there is another type of discrimination: Discrimination on the basis of people who may have HIV. Although nowadays, HIV can be controlled by medication, thankfully allowing those with the disease to lead long… Read More »

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Can An Employer Run Your Credit Or Check Your Credit Report?

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If you’re applying for a job, you may find that a prospective employer wants to run a credit check on you. But can they do that legally? What does the law say about whether and when an employer can run a credit check on you? Your Credit Can be Checked-Sometimes An employer can, legally,… Read More »

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