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  • RETALIATION

    RETALIATION

    An employee’s complaints to a supervisor or personnel within human resources regarding unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment is a “protected…

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  • LABOR CODE 1102.5 WHISTLEBLOWING

    LABOR CODE 1102.5 WHISTLEBLOWING

    Section 1102.5 essentially prohibited an employer from retaliating against an employee who either (1) discloses information to a governmental or…

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  • FAILURE TO TAKE PREVENT HARASSMENT AND TAKE CORRECTIVE ACTION

    FAILURE TO TAKE PREVENT HARASSMENT AND T

    California law requires employers to “take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent … harassment from occurring.” With limited exceptions, California…

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  • Video Format

    Video Format

    If your post contains video, please use this format. Select Video format in the appeared metabox and add the embed…

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  • “QUID PRO QUO”  BY A SUPERVISOR/MANAGER

    “QUID PRO QUO” BY A SUPERVISOR/MANAGER

    “Quid pro quo” is a Latin phrase meaning for “this for that.” This form of sexual harassment involves a supervisor…

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  • WRONGFUL TERMINATION IN VIOLATION OF PUBLIC POLICY

    WRONGFUL TERMINATION IN VIOLATION OF PUB

    California law provides that employees may not be terminated if the employer is motivated by an unlawful reason. For example,…

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  • SEX BATTERY CLAIMS

    SEX BATTERY CLAIMS

    Victims of sexual assault or sexual abuse have the option of filing a lawsuit against the perpetrator in civil court.…

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  • SEX ORIENTATION HARASSMENT

    SEX ORIENTATION HARASSMENT

    Unlawful harassment based on sexual orientation can take many forms such as name calling, jokes, exclusion from important meetings and…

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  • CHILD ABUSE NEGLIGENT REPORTING ACT CLERGY ABUSE

    CHILD ABUSE NEGLIGENT REPORTING ACT CLER

    CANRA stands for the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, and can be found in sections 11164-11174.3 of the California…

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