“Marital status” discrimination is exactly what it sounds like: it is when an employer treats an applicant or employee differently because of their marital status, whether they are single, married,…Read More »
A copyright is perhaps the greatest legal method of ensuring that you will receive credit for the work you created. A copyright is the legal term used for the rights…Read More »
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits discrimination against applicants and employees for a variety of protected classes including, but not limited to: age, race, sex, gender identity,…Read More »
“Age discrimination” in the workplace occurs when an employer treats employees or applicants less favorably because of their age, specifically because they are older than 40. There are both state…Read More »
The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) is the primary California law that prohibits employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace for a variety of protected categories. For example,…Read More »
The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) sets out the rules that protect employees from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation by their employer. One categorical group that is covered…Read More »
Does An Employer Have A Duty To Accommodate An Employee Based On The Disability Of His Family Members?
There is no question that under federal and California employment laws, employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees with disabilities. In fact, employers have an affirmative obligation to take reasonable…Read More »