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New California Law Fights Against Pregnancy Discrimination in the Workplace

New anti-discriminatory laws have been passed in California, making it more difficult for businesses and workplaces in the city of Los Angeles to continue in…

Los Angeles Discrimination Protest Demands End to Job and Workplace Race Discrimination

Workers of multiple races marched through the streets together recently protesting unequal job opportunities and workplace discrimination. This illegal workplace race discrimination protested against makes…

Technology Enables Discrete Forms of Illegal Hiring Discrimination

Social media and the internet, despite bringing about incredible possibility for advancement and opportunity previously unimaginable, have become tools for an unparalleled level of hiring…

California Bill Signed Eliminating Gender Workplace Pay Discrimination

This past Tuesday Governor Jerry Brown signed into effect the California Fair Pay Act, aimed at eliminating gender pay disparity in California. Previous laws of…

A New Buzzword in Circumventing Illegal Hiring Age Discrimination

Increasingly common on a job listing’s list of qualifications and requirements, applicants are asked to be a “digital native”, wording that hints toward favoring younger…

Experimental Proof Confirms Existence of Los Angeles Job Market Age Discrimination

Most labor economists and discrimination lawyers accept that in today’s world, workplace discrimination plays a major factor in the career market. Numerous experiments have been…

California Updates Workplace Discrimination, Harassment, and Pregnancy Disability Leave Regulations

Continual scrutiny following workplace discrimination based on gender, age, race, religion, and sexuality has led to monumental change in California workplace discrimination and harassment regulations.…

Help: My former employer is giving me a bad reference!

By Brent Buchsbaum It’s one thing to get laid off or fired from a job, but the harm caused by this event is only compounded…

Court of Appeals Criticizes Well-Funded Employers for Burying Employee Lawsuits with Paperwork

By Branden Hamilton In Nazir v. United Airlines, Inc., Nazir, a man of Pakistani ancestry and a practicing Muslim, was terminated for sexual harassment in California…

Employee Rights in California Redefined by Reid v. Google, Inc.

By Negin Iraninejadian The California Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Reid v. Google, Inc. has significantly broadened the scope of evidence that aggrieved workers may present…