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What Are My Rights as an LGBTQ+ Worker?

What Are My Rights as an LGBTQ+ Worker?

Whether you know, love, or are someone who identifies as LGBTQ+, everyone deserves a workplace where they feel seen and respected. Various safeguards exist at both the national and state…

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Get to Know the New CFRA

Get to Know the New CFRA

The new year brought significant changes to California’s Family Rights Act (CFRA). Changes include expansion of who qualifies for protected leave as well as the reasons for taking leave.  This…

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Sexual Harassment at Work

Sexual Harassment at Work

WHAT IS SEXUAL HARASSMENT? Sexual harassment is broadly defined as “unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature” which is required…

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What is Retaliation?

What is Retaliation?

Retaliation is defined as “harming someone because they have harmed you” or, simply put, revenge. In employment, the term retaliation is used to mean “adverse employment action” against an employee…

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Reasonable Accommodation Rights of Disabled Employees in California

Reasonable Accommodation Rights of Disabled Employees in California

Nationwide, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects American workers with disabilities from unfair treatment and discrimination. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) also protects disabled workers and…

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Can My Employer Change the Terms and Conditions of my Employment?

Can My Employer Change the Terms and Conditions of my Employment?

We are facing an unprecedented time as the nation responds to COVID-19. Over the coming months, employee/employer relationships will be changing rapidly. Entire sections of the workforce have been put…

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