Why Can’t I Terminate My Employee for An Unexcused Absence
Recent decision remind employers about termination pitfalls.
The California Court of Appeals’ recent decision in Bareno v. San Diego Community College is a good reminder for employers about the pitfalls of terminating an employee based on a “technical” policy violation and how easy it is for an employee to put an employer on notice that the employee is taking a protected California Family Rights Act leave.
Jennifer Dew’s practice focuses on counseling employers in all aspects of employment law with a particular focus on litigation prevention. She represents clients in a variety of business disputes, with particular expertise in employment laws governing sexual harassment, sex, race, national origin, age and disability discrimination, wrongful discharge, employee raiding and misappropriation of trade secrets, stock options, and other workplace laws and regulations. Ms. Dew has extensive experience negotiating executive employment agreements, as well as providing preventative employment law advice and counseling to clients on employment policies, handbooks and employment agreements.
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