Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray

Paulinet Tamaray is an international legal writer for several Key Media publications, including Australasian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, and Human Resources Director. She is a graduate of the University of the Philippines – Diliman with a degree in Sociology and a Juris Doctor degree from San Beda University. Her reporting and research cover all areas of law and legislative developments across different jurisdictions.

She is also a social sciences lecturer to incoming medical students. Her free time is devoted to doing paralegal work for pro bono cases. She is deeply passionate about intersectional feminism, sustainable development, and social justice.

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California passes law protecting workers using cannabis off duty

California passes law protecting workers using cannabis off duty

However, employers can still penalize workers for being impaired while on duty

California bill expands leave to care for designated person

California bill expands leave to care for designated person

If Gov. Gavin Newsom signs it, HR leaders may have to make policy changes

Uber enters into $8.4 million settlement over worker misclassification lawsuit

Uber enters into $8.4 million settlement over worker misclassification lawsuit

San Francisco company's case may 'revive weakened California law,' legal experts say

Wells Fargo slapped with over $22 million sum for retaliating against executive

Wells Fargo slapped with over $22 million sum for retaliating against executive

Bank's 'financial misconduct' is reportedly the officer's issue

California restaurant chain faces lawsuit over sexual harassment and retaliation claims

California restaurant chain faces lawsuit over sexual harassment and retaliation claims

Employer 'failed to take any corrective action'

Ex-MLB player Kenny Lofton faces lawsuit over sexual misconduct

Ex-MLB player Kenny Lofton faces lawsuit over sexual misconduct

Former Giants, Dodgers member allegedly exposed 'unwanted images of himself' to employees

Dollar General faces more than $1.2 million in penalties

Dollar General faces more than $1.2 million in penalties

Department of Labor says company habitually prioritizes 'profit over safety'

Home care company falsified documents to conceal wage theft

Home care company falsified documents to conceal wage theft

More than 200 workers didn't receive overtime pay

Dollar Tree faces penalties for workplace safety violations

Dollar Tree faces penalties for workplace safety violations

Inspectors cite company for 'flagrant' ignorance over 'hazardous' conditions

California Labor Commissioner pays workers whose rights were violated

California Labor Commissioner pays workers whose rights were violated

Cautionary tale reminds employers to respect workers' right to recall