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Monthly Archives: January 2024

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Layoffs and Terminations: Is there a Difference?

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

The subtle differences between being fired and being laid off may not mean much to you as an employee—either way, you are out of work. But when it comes to your ability to pursue legal remedies, there is a difference. Often, to minimize legal exposure, California employers will try to say you were one… Read More »

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Noncompete Agreements Aren’t Just Unenforceable: They’ll Soon be Illegal

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

It has long been the law in California, that noncompete agreements are not enforceable. That means that employees are free to work where they want, when they want, when their current employment ends, no matter how it ends. The limited exceptions are in the sales of businesses, where a buyer can require a seller… Read More »

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Minimum Wage and Sick Leave Increases are Coming for California Workers

By Costanzo Law Firm, APC |

In California, if you are a worker in certain specific industries, you may be due for a pay raise. That’s because the state has passed a significant increase in minimum wage—one of the first times that such a raise is industry-specific, as opposed to being applicable to all workers. The Increases are Coming California… Read More »

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