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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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Los Angeles Works To End Employment Discrimination

When it comes to employment discrimination protections, California is on the front lines of progress. However, that does not mean that every area has the same protections or handles protections the same way. Today, we want to discuss some efforts being made in LA to curb employment discrimination. Rager & Yoon – Employment Lawyers are […]
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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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Proving Discrimination in the California Workplace

Discrimination in the workplace can make every day spent at work a horrific experience. However, proving workplace discrimination can be a daunting task because the employee must provide proof that the employer acted with an illegal intention, such as failing to promote the employee due to the employee’s sex, race or ethnicity, for example. The […]
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Are Mandatory Waivers Of Employee’s Right To File An EEOC Claim Against The Employer Unlawful In California?

Is it a form of retaliation – or anticipatory retaliation, to be more specific – if your employer is asking you to sign away your right to file a discrimination, wrongful termination, or sexual harassment complaint? Under California’s employment law, workers in Los Angeles and all across the state have a legal right to protect […]
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