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‘60 Minutes’ Producer Files Lawsuit Against CBS Claiming Gender Discrimination and Retaliation

CBS’ “60 Minutes” is currently dealing with a lawsuit that accuses them of gender discrimination and sexual harassment by several…

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California Increases Minimum Wage For Fast Food Employees to $20 Hour

California governor, Gavin Newsom, signed into law a bill to increase wages for fast-food workers across the state. AB 1228,…

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California Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act Explained

The Healthy Workplace Healthy Family Act (yes, healthy is repeated twice in the law’s name) is an example of California’s…

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What Is Considered Employer Retaliation in California?

The privilege to work in California is a right granted to all state citizens. California believes in its workforce so…

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Examples of Age Discrimination in the Los Angeles Workplace

The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) protect employees from…

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Biden Administration Proposes Rule Making Millions of Workers Entitled to Overtime Pay

A new rule was proposed by the Biden Administration last month. An additional 3.6 million U.S. workers would be eligible…

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Lawsuit Has Been Filed Against Pop Singer Lizzo By Three of Her Former Backup Dancers

Lizzo, Melissa Viviane Jefferson, is being sued by three of her former backup dancers, Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams and Noelle…

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BBC Investigation Uncovers Many Cases of Sexual Harassment & Assault at Various McDonalds’ Throughout the U.K.

Over 100 United Kingdom McDonald’s employee have been abused and harassed by their managers. These employees claim to have been…

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NYC Bar Sweet & Vicious Owner Pays $500K To Staff In Sexual Harassment Case

The owner of Sweet & Vicious, a Manhattan-based bar, has agreed to pay a $500,000 settlement after sexually harassing and…

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Case Example – Disability Leave

Matthew was a successful executive who needed to take a medical leave from his new employer. He provided a doctor’s…

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