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When you go to work, the last thing you should ever have to worry about is a hostile work environment. While many factors affect work, we know that you never expect to need a sexual harassment attorney in Los Angeles. At the Rager Law Offices, we are here for you.Today, we want to discuss the ...

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When it comes to employment discrimination protections, California is on the front lines of progress. However, that does not mean that every area has the same protections or handles protections the same way. Today, we want to discuss some efforts being made in LA to curb employment discrimination.The Rager Law Offices are here for you ...

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Unfortunately, yes. Weight is not a protected status under state law, and California employers are free to terminate a person for any reason that doesn’t qualify as a protected status—even if that offense is carrying excess weight. In fact, that’s the norm for all states but one—Michigan. Nonetheless, there are some cities in California where ...

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According to the Williams Institute, a think tank at the UCLA School of Law, 15 to 43 percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) workers report having been fired, denied promotions or in some way harassed at work. This figure is more than doubled when it comes to reports of transgender discrimination.The concept of ...

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The supermarket giant Safeway has settled a lawsuit brought by a deaf job applicant who says that the company failed to provide an interpreter for him when he applied for a job with the company. According to media, the company agreed to pay $75,000 to settle a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) suit alleging ...

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With the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are required by law to provide reasonable accommodation for job applicants and employees with disabilities, provided that doing so does not cause any undue hardship to the employer. When they fail to do so, they can be penalized in several ways. Such was the ...

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Our Whistleblowers Attorneys at the Rager Law Firm believe in the power of telling the truth. Working in the legal field we have seen our clients suffer from name calling to retaliation tactics that endanger their livelihood and family. Whistleblowers play a vital role in businesses and the public at larger. Whistleblowers are often burdened ...

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April 2 was Equal Pay Day, and it was marked by the filing of a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles against Disney. The plaintiffs in this suit allege that Disney “systematically pays women less than men” and that female workers are not valued as much as their male counterparts. Two employees named as plaintiffs ...

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Equal Pay Day, which went down on the books this year on April 2, marks the day of the year when women’s earnings—combined with their earnings for the former year—finally catch up with men’s earnings for the previous year. And despite awareness into the issue of women being paid less for the same work performed ...

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Safety concerns crop up in the workplace, creating the potential for serious bodily harm or even death. As a California worker, you can absolutely refuse to undertake work that can potentially cause you injury or make you ill. In the state of California, employees are legally protected from unsafe and dangerous working conditions under the ...

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