As an immigrant worker, your rights under state and federal law depends on your immigration status.
Employees who work under an alternative workweek schedule are exempt from California state (daily) overtime requirements. An alternative workweek schedule is
California law requires employers to pay employees for taking time off work to perform civic duties such as voting in a statewide election, serving on a jury, and appearing in court to comply with a subpoena or court order.
Many workers receive bonuses at work without knowing about the intricacies of the laws around them. There are many rules surrounding bonuses
Privately employed workers who perform work under a public works contract are paid prevailing wages, which is a special kind of minimum wage.
It is generally known that most employers will have job applicants or current employees undergo drug tests as a part of the hiring process or during employment.
In 2013, California passed the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights, or AB 241, which gives domestic workers categorized as personal attendants the right to receive overtime pay
Under California law, workers have a right to reporting time pay. This means that regardless of whether a worker is sent home early from their scheduled shift
During the interview process, employers are not allowed to ask you questions relating to protected characteristics, health, or financial status.