Industrial supply and warehouse work is common in the Ontario/Inland Empire. Many of these cases involve layers of employers. Employment agencies pay the employee to be managed and directed at somebody else's distribution center. We sue both the staffing agency and the managing employer.
#jointemployment #InlandEmpirelaborlawyer #InlandEmpirewarehouses
Employee live scans are an important pre-employment aspect of certain jobs including work with kids, security, and various public sector jobs. In general many employers have a number of pre-employment background and other tests employees must pass before being hired.
We receive a number of new client inquiries from employees who thought they would start working at a company, but were never able to. These are often difficult cases due to California employment laws.
Before quitting a job we recommend employees receive an assurance in writing from an employee capable of binding the company. The hire letter needs to omit at-will language which is irrelevant if employees are never allowed to work. Statements the letter does not create a contract are also problematic. A letter could say once employment begins the employee is subject to all normal employment practices if the employer does not want to create a contract. Watch out for letters that do not bind the company and give them the option to cancel the new job before it starts.
The area of pre-employment terms is very complicated. Please consult an employment lawyer before quitting a job to take another.
This is the medium size conference room at Employment Lawyers Group, San Bernardino in Ontario California. As a labor lawyer I use conference tables frequently when I take depositions of witnesses and adverse parties. Depositions are under oath and can be read in court. They are very important in determining what people will say at arbitration or trial as well as figuring out how the case might play out in court and what else needs to be done to prove the case. I also use conference tables to interview new clients including large groups of people.
Even if your smart phone is an old one, use it to contact our experienced San Bernardino County labor lawyers at 909-663-2100 or 877-525-0700 if you have an employment dispute.