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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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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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Electric Car Startup Company Sued For Discrimination

No employer has the right to discriminate against their workers based on their gender. California and federal laws clearly outline many types of discrimination that are illegal. One electric vehicle startup company in the state is now facing a lawsuit from an employee who says she the victim of gender-based pay discrimination. At Rager & […]
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Can California Employers Discriminate Based on Weight?

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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Safeway Settles Case with Deaf Applicant

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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