California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
No. The employer has acknowledged that it did not pay everything due at time of termination of employment and has reached out to the employee with an offer in exchange for a release in order to head off a class action suit. To induce the employer to pay more I want to know if I can tell it that if it doesn't up the anti we will take the claim directly to the Board. But first I need to know if that is possible. This is an area of the law foreign to me.
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