labor law

  

Women in low-wage jobs – janitors, domestic workers, farmworkers, waitresses – face rampant sexual abuse and assault on the job. When wages are low, there's no HR to report abuse and work sites can be isolated.

Labor & Employment Law -- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Hot Topics. Guests: Jill Coffman, Regional Director of the NLRB Region 20 in San Francisco; Bruce Harland, an attorney who represents union members; and Thomas Lenz, Vice-Chair of the Executive  Committee of the Labor & Employment Law Section of the State Bar, and an attorney who  represents employers. Questions for Chuck's guests? Please call toll-free 1-866-798-8255. 

Employment Law: Legal Rights & Working Conditions of Domestic Workers ­-- Nannies, Housecleaners, & Home Attendants. Guests: Hina B. Shah, Associate Professor of Law & Director of the Women's Employment Rights Clinic, Golden Gate University School of Law; and Lindsay Imai Hong, Bay Area Organizer for Hand in Hand, The Domestic Employers Network, a National Network. Questions for Chuck's guests? Please call toll-free 1-866-798-8255.

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Instead of working just one job for a single employer, more and more of us are becoming gig workers: people who consult, freelance, contract, temp, and do jobs on-call. The number of Americans with these alternative work arrangements has been growing steadily over the last ten years. 

by Aaron Parecki // used under CC BY 2.0

Freelancing is an old concept, but disputes are cropping up left and right between gig workers and the companies that hire them.

Employment Law: New Paid Sick Leave Law Issues.
Guests: Employment Law attorneys -- Chaya Mandelbaum and Jonathan Judge.
Listeners with questions for Chuck's guests, please call 1-866-798-8255.
 

Labor and Employment Law: Trends with Labor Relations, Unions, and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Guests: Labor and Employment Law Attorneys -- Thomas Lenz (who  represents employers) and Caren Sencer (who represents labor unions and employees).
Listeners with questions for Chuck and his guests, please call 415-841-4134.

Employment Law: Wage and Hours and Sick Leaves Laws and  Issues.
Guests: Labor and Employment Law attorneys Virginia Villegas and Scott Dauscher.
Listeners with questions for Chuck's guests, please call 415-841-4134.
Our special once-a-month Call-A-Lawyer Night also is this evening. So, while Your Legal Rights broadcasts over 91.7 FM (online at kalw.org), 7 to 8pm, listeners can call the off-air attorneys, 800-525-9917, for private/no-fee consultation on any law questions they are prepared to discuss.
 

Stopping Workplace Harassment Because of Race, National Origin, Religion.
Guests:  Phil Horowitz, an Advisor to the Executive Committee of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar; Employment Law attorney Maribel Hernandez.
Listeners with questions for Chuck's guests please call 415-841-4134.

Update on Workers' Compensation Laws and Issues.
Guests are  Certified Specialists in Workers Compensation Laws:
Alice O'Sullivan, Lester Friedman, and Joshua Friedman.
Listeners with questions for Chuck and his guests, please call 415-841-4134.