For many, the 99 is the route to Employment Lawyers Group, Bakersfield. Get off on California Avenue, go past Bakersfield high, and continue on to downtown Bakersfield across from Kern County Superior Court.
Employment Lawyers Group, Bakersfield has taken on many of the large oil companies and health care institutes in the area.
Trendy restaurant workers, at work in Culver City. Shot after a recording of the Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer Show. These are not your low wage restaurant workers. They are preparing food so unique few even know what it is.
By the curtain is one of the guest seats when I do the Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer Show The area I sit at cannot really be seen. It’s the entire side of the rotunda. The phone and additional keyboard is on my side.
Next week I will try to get better pictures. We’ve been so busy working on the technical aspects of doing the live stream, me bringing in and using sound making gag toys we haven’t focused on photographing the recording area.
Tonight’s show turned out pretty funny.
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The famous Basque restaurant of Bakersfield as old as I am. More food than you can eat for not that much. Moreover, food I haven’t seen since the mid 70s. Not too much of this sort of thing survives anymore.
I ate much and annihilated the first witness after lunch. I don’t know if it was the heat over 100 or the meal, but I felt a bit tired come the next witness at 3:15 PM.
Everybody is wearing safety colored fluorescent shirts this summer. I get it if construction workers and persons in traffic wear these colors, but regular dudes and women on the beach? Is it the 1980s all over again?
Plumbing can be a racket. I had a case in which the plumbers were supposed to up-charge and defraud customers. There are many instances of commissions in the plumbing industry.
If a plumber decides he does not want to defraud customers and is fired for refusing to make misrepresentations to customers or engage in unfair and deceptive trade practices, such as changing this 19 gallon electric gas heater for $999, and is fired for that there is a case of wrongful termination.
Yes, I actually got a quote from a plumbing company I was going to pass off $25,000 in development work to. They wanted $999 for replacing this less than $400 water heater. The average time to change out a heater like this; less than 1 hour. No plumber is worth more than $600 per hour!
I am going to recommend that all real estate salespeople and brokers listen to this particular episode of the Karl Gerber, Workplace Lawyer Show. You need to be aware of the legal issues I covered in this particular episode. If you are not aware of these issues you need to be.
This show is also especially relevant to anybody working on a new home development as well as any commissioned sales people.
Those into the retromodern desert communities will also get a kick out of this episode.