Everyone has a bad day at work once in a while. You may even feel like you have more bad days than good days at your place of employment. Maybe it's just a phase that will pass, or it could be something much more serious. If your bad days at work are unbearable, you may find that, each day, it gets harder to motivate yourself to get out of bed and go to your job.
Employees in California are afforded certain rights regarding leave from work. If you become ill or injured, or if a family member becomes ill or injured, or if you're bringing a child into your family, you may be eligible for job-secure leave under California employment law.
Not every workplace is reasonably safe. In some cases, the nature of a person's everyday work might put them in extremely vulnerable situations.
Not all organizations are as upfront and honest about their business practices as they should be. When an employer's deceitful or unjust behaviors go so far as to break the law, employees may carry a heavy conscience.
Recently, California passed a series of employment laws, one of which makes a number of stipulations regarding unlawful employment practices under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).