Category: Harassment

Harassment at work is unlawful, and employers are liable for harassment based on race or religion as well as sexual harassment.

What’s Up with the 26 Explosive Sexual Harassment Cases at UC Berkeley?

UC Berkeley is investigating 26 claims of sexual harassment only months after multiple scandals involving staff misconduct were reported on by the press. Campus officials recently convened to discuss strategies for dealing with the explosion in sexual harassment cases. The University of California system could become ensnared by multiple new cases, and UC president Janet … Continue reading

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Is There an Epidemic of Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry?

Los Angeles employment lawyer Brian Kesluk

Los Angeles Employment Attorneys Discuss Harassment in Food and Drink Industry Restaurant workers report more instances of sexual harassment than any other industry. A 2014 report released by Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROCU) has claimed 80 percent of foodservice workers have experienced sexual harassment. Why are restaurant workers being sexually harassed in large numbers? According … Continue reading

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What Can Political Scandals Teach Us About Sexual Harassment?

Los Angeles Employment Lawyers Discuss Sexual Harassment Political scandals involving sexual harassment are as American as apple pie. Former President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinski, former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, New York lawmaker Vito Lopez– you get the point, and we could just keep going on for pages. In many of the cases we … Continue reading

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Does the Los Angeles Entertainment Industry Have a Sexual Harassment Problem?

Numerous reports suggest the Los Angeles entertainment industry might have a severe problem with sexual harassment. Female comedians report being sent sexually explicit text messages, photos, and in some cases even being raped. The women created Facebook groups where they conversed with each other about specific offenders and their own experiences. Famous actresses have reported … Continue reading

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