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October 2018 Archives

Questions about religion in an interview violate employment law

Workplace discrimination based on religion is not permitted in California or elsewhere in the country. Freedom to worship as one wishes is one of our most sacred freedoms and one that many of the original settlers risked their lives for. In a recent case in Menlo Park, a man believes he was turned down for a job because of his religion and alleges that this constitutes an employment law violation.

Workplace discrimination due to disability still an issue

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed into law in 1990. The act was meant to make workplace discrimination against the disabled illegal, and it included other measures intended to facilitate life for the disabled in California and throughout the country. In 2018, people are still fighting to get fair treatment in the workplace.

Workplace discrimination in LosAngeles government

People in California are entitled to a safe and comfortable workplace when it comes to one's well-being. This includes a workplace free from sexual harassment and discrimination. A recent complaint has been brought against a Los Angeles city councilman. The complaint was lodged via MyVoiceLA, a new website created by the mayor. The website was created to allow staff members, commissioners and others to report allegations of  discrimination or harassment.

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