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Category: Discrimination

Study Shows Hot Temperatures Cause More Workplace Harassment and Discrimination

Workplace harassment in any form is unacceptable. In California, workers are protected by both federal and state laws to ensure they aren’t the victims of such negative treatment in the workplace. Those who are harassed or discriminated against at work can take legal action accordingly. Unfortunately, although the law may officially prohibit workplace harassment, it […]
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In February, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) filed a lawsuit, alleging Tesla, Inc. harbored an atmosphere of harassment and racial discrimination against the company’s workers of color. When workers spoke up concerning the treatment, Tesla retaliated. This lawsuit is just the latest accusations in a checkered history of misconduct by Tesla. If […]
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Toxic Work Behavior Moves Online

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered the way many people in and around the Los Angeles area go to work every day. In many cases, employers have allowed the majority of their workers to shift to a home-based work situation. This has worked out well for many people, but working from home has also opened […]
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California Lawsuit Against The Caste System

There is significant racial unrest throughout the United States, and this has been particularly clear in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers. Now, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing has entered into the racial discrimination arena with a new lawsuit against Cisco for caste discrimination towards an […]
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LGBTQ Workers Protected According to US Supreme Court

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits sex discrimination, and this applies to discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation and gender identity, according to a recent Supreme Court Ruling.  In June of 2020, the US Supreme Court ruled that the decades-old landmark civil rights law does indeed protect gay and transgender workers from discrimination […]
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Understanding Harassment When Telecommuting

Most people understand that there are strict laws in place to protect employees from discrimination and harassment in the workplace. However, as the coronavirus pandemic has swept across this country, the work situation for many people has changed. There has been a spike in telecommuting, which introduces an entirely new way for many people to […]
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Does Amazon Discriminate When Hiring?

Discrimination in the workplace is illegal. Employers cannot discriminate at any level of employment, including in their hiring practices. However, a recent case is raising questions about whether or not Amazon discriminates when they are hiring employees. At Rager & Yoon – Employment Lawyers, our Los Angeles discrimination attorneys want to discuss a recent lawsuit […]
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Sheriff’s Lieutenant Sues Country For Discrimination

Workplace discrimination is illegal, and employers who actively discriminate against their employees could find themselves in serious legal trouble. At Rager & Yoon – Employment Lawyers, our qualified and experienced team is dedicated to helping victims of workplace discrimination secure the compensation they need. Here, our Los Angeles Workplace discrimination attorneys want to discuss a […]
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