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Whistleblowers who are terminated may choose to file suits

A former university vice chancellor in another state recently claimed that he wrongfully lost his job for calling attention to the school chancellor's luxury automobile, among other things. He has thus filed a whistleblower suit against the university as well as the chancellor himself. Whistleblowers in the Bay Area likewise have the right to file lawsuits if they are wrongfully terminated for speaking up about illegal or unethical goings-on in their companies.

Sexual harassment suit filed against family fun center

A former family fun center waitress in another state recently claimed that she was sexually harassed while on the job. The woman has therefore filed a lawsuit against the entertainment business, seeking damages. Likewise, individuals in the Bay Area who experience workplace sexual harassment have the right to seek to hold their harassers accountable.

Former Starbucks employee alleges pregnancy discrimination

A former barista of Starbucks Corp. in California recently claimed that she was fired because she was pregnant and also because she is black. As a result, she has filed a lawsuit against the coffee shop. Anyone in the Bay Area who feels that she has been a victim of pregnancy discrimination has the right to seek justice through the civil court system.

Signs of racism in the workplace

Racial discrimination can happen in any workplace. It can surface in blatant ways such as being terminated for no apparent reason other than the color of your skin, or in subtle ways such as not being invited to a gathering with work colleagues. Although such cruel and illegal behavior continues to occur, it must not be tolerated.

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