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Sexual harassment should never occur in any setting. This form of harassment is always unacceptable. No one should feel unsafe in their workplace because they are the target of unwanted sexual advances or other forms of sexual harassment. Additionally, no employee should feel that they must grant sexual favors or return the sexual attention of…

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Tesla has quickly grown to become one of the most recognizable automotive brands in the country and even the world. For many, a Tesla is a status symbol. These vehicles combine the attractiveness of sports cars with eco-friendly technology that ideally minimizes a driver’s carbon footprint. Behind the scenes, however, Tesla employees may not be…

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Not everyone enjoys going to work. However, no one should have to be afraid of going to work or feel anxious in their workplace due to unreasonable treatment. There are laws that exist to ensure California’s workers are not victims of such hostile work environments. It is the employer’s responsibility to cultivate a work environment…

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Employers with 5 or more employees in California are held accountable for discrimination in the workplace on the basis of a list of protected characteristics that include race, sex, age, religion, medical condition, or military status. Employees who have experienced unfair treatment based on a protected characteristic have the right to alert their employer to…

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Civil rights laws in the United States exist to enforce fairness because, unfortunately, people don’t always play fair without strong encouragement. These laws hold that certain social opportunities and considerations should be the same for everyone regardless of what they look like or where they come from.  The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was the…

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When injured on the job, most people know to file a claim with their employer to receive workers’ compensation benefits. Whether the employer is at fault or not, workers’ compensation is available to employees who are injured while working in California. But when someone other than the employer is also responsible for injuries to an…

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Most people support the idea that qualifications and capability should be the only ways to evaluate employability and that no one should be excluded from an employment opportunity or treated differently for reasons that have nothing to do with job performance. Unfortunately, there need to be laws in place to remind employers that when it…

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California is already recognized as having some of the most employee-friendly laws in the US. New laws that will take effect in 2022 continue to encourage improved conditions for employees in the workplace. In October, Governor Newsom signed into law some new legislation aimed at improving workplace safety and establishing equality of pay practices. One…

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Watching our loved one’s age can be difficult. When our loved ones become older and require care, we want them in the best hands possible. However, those that are supposed to be caring for the elderly sometimes take advantage of them, which can turn into elder abuse. When there is an intentional act or failure…

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Gaming’s “Bro Culture” recently took a big hit in California. State Regulators have targeted enforcement actions at two of the biggest players in the video game industry: Activision Blizzard and Riot Games. The investigations into the two companies are a strong show of state force to eliminate workplace bias and discrimination. The Civil Rights Act…

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