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California Marijuana Legalization – What You Need To Know

Posted on February 3, 2017 in Employment Law

California Proposition 64 was passed by California voters on November 8, 2016. It’s commonly referred to as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, and it passed by a margin of over 14 percent. The law now makes it legal for individuals 21 years of age or older to use and grow marijuana in California for personal recreational use.…

Transgender Discrimination Is On The Rise

Posted on January 24, 2017 in Workplace Harassment

Workplace discrimination based on gender identity arises when employers show unfair treatment towards the transgender employees. Gender identity discrimination can take many forms including firing a transgender employee once the employer gets wind of their gender identity, denying transgender employees access to restroom facilities, or harassment of transgender employees by fellow workers.…

Disability Discrimination At Work

Posted on January 3, 2017 in Disability Discrimination

The U.S. has taken great steps to protect the disabled at work over the past 75 years. There are national and state laws in place that define the rights of the disabled and what employers are required to do to accommodate these persons at work.…

Different Types of Discrimination In The Workplace

Posted on December 20, 2016 in Employment Law

Fear, embarrassment, confusion, and anger are all normal emotions to feel if you believe that you’ve been the victim of workplace discrimination. Most people rely on their job to provide for their lifestyle and family, but it’s essential to understand your personal rights.…

California Laws That Protect The Disabled

Posted on December 9, 2016 in Disability Discrimination

Disability discrimination arises when an employee or applicant receives unfair treatment from an employer because they are disabled or are perceived as disabled, or because they have a history of disability. In many states, employers are prohibited from refusing to provide reasonable accommodation to an applicant or employee who is disabled or has a medical condition.…

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