A List of California Based Employers

The company-specific pages include a variety of the most protective California and federal employment laws.  First, California employees should know that their rights are protected by state and federal agencies such as the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, respectively.  Then, the specific laws are discussed in a way that relates to the most common scenarios in the workplace.  These include harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
The web pages also include a discussion of recent cases brought against the largest California-based employers.  Since each of the employers has had employment-related lawsuits, those are all accessible in greater detail online.  Further, the affiliated attorneys of the firm can provide more detailed guidance if the employee calls our office or fills out the online form.  We will then be able to better understand the facts underlying the case and see how they align with the elements of the relevant laws.  Finally, those attorneys can direct the potential plaintiffs as to the next steps so that they can avoid potentially being time-barred by the laws’ statutes of limitation.

 

  1. Hewlett-Packard
  2. Boeing Corporation
  3. Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives
  4. Oracle
  5. Amgen
  6. Applied Materials Corporation
  7. JET Propulsion Laboratory
  8. Kaiser Permanente
  9. Apple
  10. Broadcom Corporation
  11. Intel Corporation
  12. VXI Global Solutions
  13. Cisco Systems
  14. eBay
  15. Chevron
  16. Cedar Sinai
  17. JP Morgan Chase
  18. Google
  19. Western Digital
  20. Walt Disney Company