Workplace Harassment in California

Workplace Harassment in California

Workplace harassment in California – and in every other state – is against the law. In California, workers are protected by the Fair Employment and Housing Act and GC 12940, which both make it possible for employees who experience harassment to sue their employers. Harassment can be sexual or non-sexual in nature. Either way, it’s against the law. Here’s what … Read More

5 Fast Facts About Sexual Harassment

5 Fast Facts About Sexual Harassment

Check out these five facts about sexual harassment and learn about possible remedies. You might be surprised at what you learn. Sexual harassment is a type of discrimination – and it’s against the law. It violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, and it can come in two forms: … Read More

Religious Discrimination in the Workplace (and Why You May Need a Religious Discrimination Lawyer)

Religious Discrimination Case in Glendale or Los Angeles

Religious discrimination is against the law—but unfortunately, it still happens in Glendale, Los Angeles, and other communities throughout California. What is Religious Discrimination? Religious discrimination, as it applies to the workplace, involves treating someone unfavorably simply because of his or her religious beliefs. How Religious Discrimination is Illegal Federal and state laws on religious discrimination are very clear: An employer … Read More

What Constitutes Workplace Harassment in California?

What Is Harassment In The Workplace? Workplace harassment is illegal under both federal and California law and is a form of employment discrimination. Harassment is defined unwelcomed behavior and policies that are based upon an employee’s race, color, creed religion, sexual orientation or gender identity, sex (including pregnancy and maternity), national origin, age (40 or older), physical or mental disability … Read More