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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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Employer Sued for Forcing Employees to Discriminate Against Potential Customers

A California family-run business is facing a lawsuit for alleged discriminatory practices and creating a hostile work environment. The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against a company that provides energy-efficient products and installation services to homeowners in California. The EEOC brought this lawsuit on behalf of Ayesha Faiz who was employed […]
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McDonald’s Embroiled in Employment Law Violation Charges (How to Sue a Giant Franchise Such As McDonald’s?)

McDonald’s is embroiled in a court case facing labor law violation charges. McDonald’s workers have filed a series of complaints alleging violation of their labor rights on the part of the fast-food giant’s franchisees. The long-running legal battle between McDonald’s and alleged victims of labor law violations is nearing its end, and the outcome of […]
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Should You Quit or Sue Employer if Company Policies Create a Hostile Work Environment?

Many employees in Los Angeles, Pasadena seem to have a wrong idea about a hostile work environment and the laws that regulate it. Just because your boss leans over your desk when he talks to you doesn’t necessarily amount to a hostile work environment unless the employer’s actions seriously disrupted your work. A rude boss, […]
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Your Manager May Be Stealing Your Gratuities

Many people in the restaurant industry suffer injustices at work and don’t complain because they are afraid of losing their jobs. For most restaurant servers, tips are as important as their salary since they don’t get paid much. It’s not legal for your boss or manager to take your gratuities. Your tips belong to you. […]
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