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Category: Employment Law

Understanding Reasonable Accommodations for Disabled Employees in California

In California, employers are legally required to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled employees. A reasonable accommodation is any change or modification to the workplace or the nature of an employee’s duties/work performance expectations that allows an individual with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job. There are several examples of reasonable accommodations […]
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Myths About Hostile Work Environments You Need to Know

You have a right to work in an environment that’s reasonably healthy, positive, and free of harassing behavior that can otherwise interfere with your ability to work productively. Unfortunately, sometimes employees work in hostile environments. You deserve compensation if your work environment is hostile. However, you might not pursue the compensation for which you are […]
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Facebook Profits Continue To Rise After Whistleblower Testimony

In early October, whistleblower Frances Haugen, a former data scientist at Facebook, testified before a Senate subcommittee, providing damning testimony that offered a glimpse behind Facebook’s notoriously secretive veil, alleging the social media platform harms children, propagates political division, and undermines democracy, all while expanding global influence and making “astronomical profits.” Whistleblowers are often referred […]
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Helpless to Empowered

Los Angeles is a diverse place with many different kinds of people. Unfortunately, there still exists many prejudices surrounding employer-employee relationships, race, gender, marital status, religion, and more. As this leaks into the workplace, many people experience severe types of discrimination that can lead to uncomfortable – and sometimes dangerous – working conditions. At Rager […]
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Mandating Vaccines Is Tricky Business

Are you wondering whether it is legal for employers to mandate COVID-19 vaccines—the question is a bit cloudy. Maybe if the employer’s vaccination policy stays within the most recent public health guidelines, like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Maybe a proof of vaccination requirement is legal. Maybe mandates are protected by the […]
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Are You a Victim of Wage Theft?

When you think about being robbed, your thoughts may instantly turn to muggings on the street or a carjacking a bad neighborhood. Nonetheless, one of the most common acts of theft occurs in one of the most unexpected places—the workplace. And the culprit? The very employers who workers trust to give them a fair shake […]
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Partial Government Shutdown In 2018 Explained: Who’s Affected, And How Will It Affect Your Holiday Plans?

Hundreds of thousands of Americans will be out of work due to a partial government shutdown, just in time for Christmas. President Donald Trump and Congress have unveiled their special Christmas present for thousands of government employees in California and all across the nation. Following the news that the government was partially shut down Saturday […]
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California Expands Lactation Accommodation Obligations For Employers: Does Your Employer Comply With The New Requirements?

Outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown has strengthened breastfeeding protections in the workplace. Assembly Bill 1976 has been approved and signed into law by Governor Brown, expanding lactation accommodation requirements for employers in California. Our Los Angeles employment law attorney at Rager & Yoon – Employment Lawyers explains that prior to the recently signed law, California […]
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