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June 2017 Archives

Explaining constructive discharge

Most Californians likely understand that it is illegal for employers to discriminate against workers who are members of protected classes or who have engaged in protected activities. When employers discriminate and the workers file discrimination claims, the employers are prohibited from retaliating against them.

Appeals court allows man's sexual harassment claim to proceed

Although many people in California tend to associate sexual harassment claims with female employees, the law applies to both genders. A recent case of a male mechanic who allegedly lost his job for declining the sexual advances of a female shareholder in the trucking company that employed him illustrates how the problem can upset the careers of either gender. Initially, a district court dismissed the man's case because the complaint prepared by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission failed to properly specify whether he had experienced a hostile work environment or quid pro quo harassment.

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