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What You Need To Know About Sexual Discrimination And Retaliation Claims

No employee should have to deal with workplace sexual discrimination. In truth, every worker has a right to a safe working environment, free of sexual harassment, discrimination, and retaliation claims.…

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Tinder Co-founder Alleges Hostile Work Environment

Sexual harassment in the workplace can quickly cause a hostile environment. When the sexual harassment is being directed to a co-founder of a company from another co-founder, things can go…

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Researching, Applying And Receiving Family Leave Benefits

Workers have the right to make the most of life’s great moments, as well as the responsibility to care for their families in times of trouble. In California, workers are…

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Doctor Gets $10 Million In Whistleblower Retaliation Suit

A physician who was fired because he blew the whistle on unethical practices at a University of California facility will receive $10 million from the school. Official reports show that…

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Review A Severance Agreement Before You Sign It

You might love your job and wish that you would keep on working at it until you are ready to retire. In some cases, that is exactly what might happen.…

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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace Plagues Science Fields

When you think of medical professions and scientists, you probably don’t think of fields in which sexual harassment might be running rampant. Sadly, people in those fields do have to…

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Retaliation Against Whistleblowers Isn’t Lawful

In our previous blog post and in one a few weeks ago, we discussed some of the protections that whistleblowers have after they report violations of laws and policies. If…

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What Questions Should You Ask If You Are Fired?

If you are fired from a job, then you might be wondering all manner of things. Reactions to being fired can range from relief because you knew it was coming…

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Mistrial Declared For District Administer Alleging Retaliation

The Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD) in California is under fire for causing a mistrial in a civil retaliation case filed by a former worker. That district, accused of…

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Sexual Harassment In The Workplace: Not Only Women Are Suffering

California employees may be interested to know that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and other agencies have reported that the volume of sexual harassment claims filed has declined. Almost…

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