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Los Angeles employment law continues to change. In addition to California law, Los Angeles might develop new paternity leave laws.

Is My Employer Required to Tell Me If Someone at Work Gets COVID-19?

Sexual orientation discrimination occurring in office

Coronavirus, also known as SARS-CoV-2 , is a global pandemic that has killed thousands across the United States. As the virus continues to spread, the federal government and states have issued guidelines and orders to protect people. In California, Governor Newsom issued a stay-at-home order to help stop the spread of the deadly virus. However, … Continue reading

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Can You Refuse to Go to Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Working from home during the pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has caused many businesses in California to shut their doors. As the virus sweeps across the nation, workers in all industries have concerns about contracting the deadly virus at work. These fears prompted many employers to create alternative work solutions. Working from home and teleconferencing are two solutions that have helped businesses … Continue reading

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Five Possible Warning Signs of Workplace Sexual Harassment

The #MeToo movement has become a national movement that has brought attention to sexual assault and sexual harassment. Instances of harassment or assault can occur just about anywhere—especially the workplace. In fact, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports that it has received a 12 percent increase in sexual harassment claims since last year. If … Continue reading

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Which Laws Protect California Employees in the Workplace?

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Federal laws protect employees countrywide in almost all private enterprises. On the state level, California has more employee protection laws than almost any other state. These laws allow employees to have rights when treated unfairly in the workplace. They also allow for employees to work together to address problems with the workplace, like increasing pay … Continue reading

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