In order to establish a constructive discharge, an employee must plead and prove he or she was compelled to resign. However, in order for this to be actionable, you must typically demonstrate that you were forced into voluntary dismissal in violation of California law. Join Bill, Rick and Steve for a discussion on exactly what you should expect as an employee contemplating resignation and what you, as an employer, can do to avoid this disconcerting scenario.
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Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
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Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com

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Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
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EMPLOYMENT LAW

Employers are allowed to set standards for employee conduct, and they can require that workers keep a clean criminal record upon hire. As an employee, disclosure laws vary by state and the industry you work in. Furthermore, an employer generally may not use a consumer credit report for employment purposes with certain specific exceptions. Join Bill, Steve and Rick and learn what can and cannot be asked of, and obtained from employees, on our next show.

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com

steve@growthcoursecoaching.com
949.951.9163

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182