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Discrimination in the workplace is something that nobody should have to deal with. It is wrong, and the federal government prohibits it. If you look at the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, you can see a list of the types of workplace discrimination that are prohibited. When most people think of workplace discrimination, they think ...

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If we’ve learned anything over the last few years with the rise of the “Me Too Movement,” it’s that sexual harassment is not okay. It doesn’t matter where you are, you do not have to simply put up with it, despite what our culture is or has been in the past. Workplace sexual harassment can ...

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In an era where workplace diversity is supposedly valued, many people still experience discrimination from employers—even though such discrimination is against the law. In 2017 alone, more than 80,000 workplace discrimination-related charges were filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.Discrimination comes in many formsWhen people think of discrimination, the first thing that comes to mind ...

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Wrong Wrongful termination encompasses a variety of unlawful actions taken by an employer upon an employee, leading to them losing their job for unfair reasons. When an employer fires you for no good reason, or creates false reasons for the termination out of thin air, you may have the grounds to file a wrongful termination ...

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The idea of having your sexual harassment claim investigated by some overly suspicious and potentially biased person may seem a little disheartening and intimidating, as most workers in Los Angeles and elsewhere in California have no clue about how harassment claims are investigated by their employer’s Human Resources department.You never know how the investigation will ...

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We know about many types of discrimination that are illegal under California employment law, but what about appearance discrimination? Is it actually prohibited by law to discriminate against an employee or job applicant based on his or her appearance? “To some extent, it is,” says our Pasadena Workplace discrimination attorney from the Rager Offices Law. ...

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Employment law in California is constantly evolving to expand workers’ rights and protect them from all kinds of discrimination, harassment, wrongful acts, unfair treatment, and other bad stuff. This year, cities across California, including Torrance, Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Riverside, have rolled out a series of new employment law bills. Some of them have already ...

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Contrary to the popular belief, the definition of a hostile work environment goes well beyond the “my boss and co-workers hate me.” In reality, it is much more complicated than you thought.Statistics show that nearly one in five workers in California and all across the U.S. has faced a hostile environment at work. And it ...

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When it comes to laws surrounding wrongful termination laws, a fairly lax in comparison to a lot of other states. This allows employers to get away with more than they would in other states and firing employees without much reason and wrongfully is, even more, easier than in other states.Within California employees are allowed to ...

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The Whistleblower Debate
June 08, 2018.

In March a long standing debate between the IRS and two whistleblowers finally came to an end. This long pending debate was regarding the amount of money as compensation that can be claimed by whistleblowers who report any sort of tax fraud or other tax related offences successfully.There is a scheme created by the IRS ...

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