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December 2017 Archives

Low-wage workers may face sexual harassment in silence

Time and time again many people have unwanted sexual behaviors directed at them. In some instances, California residents may be able to brush off these actions and avoid the unseemly person in the future. In other cases, however, individuals may be subjected to sexual harassment continually at their places of employment and fear reporting the events due to possible retaliation.

Sneaky ways your employer tries to take away your job

"It's not personal, it's business," may be a popular motto in the industry, but it is not always legal for employers to follow. The inconveniences of vacation time, sicknesses, medical treatment and maternity leave can cause employers to look for ways to indirectly fire you or get you to quit.

Wage and hour claims may draw needed attention to wrongdoing

Unfortunately, many California residents may find themselves cheated out of fair compensation at some point in their lives. The incident may come about due to unclear agreements or simply because of unjust actions. Even individuals who have steady employment could find themselves needing to make wage and hour claims due to not being properly compensated for their services.

Workplace discrimination can unnecessarily halt success

Putting their best efforts forward during their working hours is often a goal of many individuals. They may have personal motivation for wanting to produce quality work, such as potentially obtaining promotions or raises. However, this hard work may seem useless if workplace discrimination prevents workers from excelling simply due to unfair practices.

Pregnancy issues: Have California workers faced unfair treatment?

When a family learns that they are expecting a child, the news can often bring about a sense of elation. For some women, however, the news may also cause apprehension as they wonder how their pregnancy may affect their employment. Though employers should not discriminate against expectant mothers, pregnancy issues in the workplace are not altogether uncommon.

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