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Is Forced Retirement Legal?
With a few exceptions, employers may not adopt a mandatory retirement age.
Collecting Unemployment After Being Fired
If you're fired for misconduct, you won't be eligible for unemployment benefits.
Can I collect unemployment in California after being fired?
In California, fired employees are eligible for unemployment unless they were fired for serious misconduct.
Remedies Available for a Wrongful Termination Claim
Find out what a court can award if you win a wrongful termination lawsuit.
Your Rights After Being Laid Off in California
Learn how to get your benefits and finances in order after a layoff in California.