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Is your casino employer treating you fairly?

If you work in a casino, you know the hours can be long and the pay is not always the best. That's why you likely often try to work overtime as well. There are many ways casino employers may not treat their employees fairly or provide them with all their benefits and rights under the law.

5 tips for co-parenting during the holidays

The most wonderful time of the year is on the way, but you may not be feeling the holiday joy. As a newly-divorced parent, this season can be stressful as you try to figure out parenting time and schedules. Due to the confusion and difficulties, the holidays can become a source of contention. 

3 common ways employers discriminate against employees

Most people are aware of the fact that discrimination in the workplace exists. What is not as easy to determine is whether your own employer has used discriminatory practices against you. It is important to understand some of the more common ways that employers may discriminate against potential hires or their own employees so you can protect yourself and stand up for your rights.

Employees have responsibilities to employer regarding FMLA leave

The Family Medical Leave Act is a powerful law that has provided untold numbers of California employees and their families very needed time to take care of their health and well-being when illness or injury occurs. It functions to protect the employee from termination from employment due to not appearing for work, while on a qualified leave. It is different from California’s sick leave law.

40 years young: Protection from age discrimination

People over 40 years of age in Nevada who have been in the workforce are usually aware of the issue of age discrimination. Although often illegal, that does not mean it does not occur. Rather, because it is illegal, there are remedies for workers whose employers discriminate against them.

Employees have legal right to keep their tips

The laws surrounding wages and tips in the California restaurant industry can be confusing, and both employee and employee often misunderstand. There are times when tips are the property of the employer. There are other times when the tips are the property of the server or pool of servers and similarly tipped personnel.

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