Month: May 2015

Noncompete Agreements in California: What You Need to Know

Whether you are an employer or an employee in the state of California, noncompete laws affect you differently here than they do in just about every other U.S. state. That’s because California has one of the strictest public policies against noncompete agreements. It rarely enforces a noncompete clause, whether or

What to Do When Your Nursing License is Suspended

Nurses and licensed vocational nurses (LVN) who have their licenses suspended may have a tough time rebuilding their career, but that doesn’t mean there are no options once a nursing license is suspended. Here are some steps to take to try and save your license: Upon receiving notice that your

Are nursing home medication errors considered medical malpractice?

In San Diego County, medication errors are one of the most common problems at assisted living homes – accounting for 15.9 percent of all recorded violations, along with lack of medical care and lack of first-aid training. So it’s not surprising that families of patients who reside in assisted living

Employment Law Event: Hot Topics Panel Discussion + Live Webcast

Mandatory paid sick leave, immigration protections, and prevailing wages…there is a lot of activity this year in employment law. With all of the new legislation going into effect for 2015 and 2016, it should be a particularly interesting discussion at this month’s live and webcast event: Hot Topics in Employment

Workplace Sexual Harassment: What to Do When You’re the Victim

Think you’ve just experienced workplace sexual harassment? Here are some steps you can take to resolve the issue. Make a record of it. Before speaking to a manager or HR director at your company, put together your records on the situation. Any harassing emails, online communication, or voicemails that support