Category Archives: Employment Discrimination
Discrimination That You May Not Know Is Discrimination
When employees feel that they may have been discriminated against, they often think of whether they fall into a class that needs to be protected—that is, whether being pregnant, or sick, or disabled, gives them protection. But it’s also important to think of what kind of behavior by an employer can lead to a… Read More »
Can I File A Discrimination Lawsuit If I’m A Temporary Employee?
All employees are entitled to a workplace where they feel safe and free of discrimination and harassment. There are multiple state and federal laws in place to ensure that this remains the case. But what happens when you’re not an employee? Are you still entitled to the same legal protections if you’re only a… Read More »
What Is The Statute Of Limitations On Discrimination Claims?
If you have suffered discrimination in the workplace, you may be hesitant to speak up or file a claim–and that’s for good reason! A recent study suggested that as many as 75% of employees who file claims for sexual harassment or discrimination face retaliation as a result. If you work in a hostile environment,… Read More »
Can California Employers Require You To Get Vaccinated?
Employers have many reasons for wanting employees to get vaccinated. Particularly in service industry jobs and front-line positions, vaccinations can reduce liability for employers by protecting both customers and employees. However, even in office settings, vaccines provide protection for immuno-compromised employees and protect against the spread of an infection in an enclosed space that… Read More »