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Employment Legal Services

Employment law at Shan Potts Law Offices


California law prohibits employers from discriminating and retaliating against employees belonging to different protected classes. Federal and California anti-discrimination laws ensure that employers cannot illegally discriminate against any worker, including undocumented workers. However, undocumented immigrant workers might face even greater employment challenges due to their lack of work authorization. This increases the risk of potential workplace abuses, violations of wage and hour laws, and poor working as well as living conditions.

In addition, California law mandates employers to provide pregnancy accommodations, equal pay, allow wage discussions, permit employees to access their personnel files, and safeguard whistleblowers. Every worker deserves protection.

E. Benjamin Hinojos, an employment law attorney, and the Immigration attorneys at Shan Potts Law Offices possess in-depth knowledge of the ever-evolving landscape of California Employment law and U.S. immigration law. They stay up-to-date with the latest legal developments, ensuring that their clients receive accurate and current information regarding their rights and legal options.


If you have been retaliated against at work, it’s important to know your rights under California employment law. California Employment Law Protects Workers from:


  • Workplace Retaliation

  • Workplace Discrimination

  • Workplace Harassment

  • Disability And Reasonable Accommodations

  • Failure to Pay Wages Due and Or On Time

  • Denied Time Off Work That is Guaranteed by State or Federal Laws

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Failure to Pay Overtime Wages

  • Wrongful Termination

  • Family Medical Leave Act

  • Severance

Labor Law at Shan Potts Law Offices
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