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September 23, 2020

Uber May Face Big Fines for Stonewalling on Sexual Assault Data

For the past nine months, ridesharing giant Uber has spent nearly a year resisting demands by California lawmakers to provide vital data. The information in question […]
September 16, 2020

Mayo Clinic Saw Increase In Victims Reporting Sexual Harassment When #MeToo Started

When the #MeToo movement started in 2017, women began to feel empowered to report what they perceived to be sexual harassment in the workplace. At the […]
September 9, 2020

What is Positive Discrimination?

Positive discrimination occurs when someone is at a advantage because they have a protected characteristic. A protected characteristic is that which should not affect anyone’s chances […]
September 4, 2020

The Health Crisis of Pregnancy Discrimination at Work

Workplace discrimination is an unfortunately common transgression committed against employees for reasons too numerous to name. One of the more insidious forms of this discrimination, however, […]
August 26, 2020

Can My Boss Force Me To Work Overtime?

Do you love your job? Perhaps you are just doing it for the bills. Whatever your reasons for waking up every day and showing up at […]
August 19, 2020

Is Retaliation Considered Harassment?

Laws exist to protect employees from harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Employers are not able to punish employees for being involved in workplace investigations or filing discrimination […]
August 15, 2020

California Restaurants Must Provide COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, many front line workers have undergone more than casual risks of exposure to the virus. In fact, many California residents that work […]
August 6, 2020

Am I Eligible for a Bonus While I’m on FMLA Leave?

For employees across the US, balancing personal and professional responsibilities is a high priority. This is especially true when the employee or a family member has a serious health condition that requires an extensive treatment and recovery period. In these situations, the Family Medical Leave Act can be extremely important. If your employer is bound by FMLA rules and you are an eligible employee, you can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave time to care for yourself or a loved one.
July 31, 2020

EEOC Warns Against Age Discrimination And Other Employment Concerns For Back To Work

For employees across the US, balancing personal and professional responsibilities is a high priority. This is especially true when the employee or a family member has a serious health condition that requires an extensive treatment and recovery period. In these situations, the Family Medical Leave Act can be extremely important. If your employer is bound by FMLA rules and you are an eligible employee, you can take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave time to care for yourself or a loved one.
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