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Understanding your rights as a pregnant woman in the workplace

If you are an employed, expectant mother and the company you work for employs 15 or more people, you have certain rights with regard to your pregnancy status when it comes to your work environment. More specifically, you have a right to enjoy a work environment free from pregnancy-related harassment or discrimination, and you also have the right to make certain moves on account of your pregnancy without having to fear retaliation from your employer or co-workers.

What are some examples of employer retaliation?

As a Los Angeles area worker, you probably already know your employer can terminate your employment for any cause and at any time. What you might not realize is federal law prohibits your boss from retaliating against you and terminating your employment for discriminatory reasons or for exercising certain employment rights

Do you know what sexual harassment is?

When you go to work in the Los Angeles area, you expect fair treatment. You do not expect to receive preferential treatment for any reason other than merit and seniority. Though you have only been on the job for a few months, you have noticed that some of your managers tend to play favorites with some of your co-workers who hang out with them after work. 

What can I do if I believe my employer owes me unpaid wages?

If you live in the Los Angeles area, then you are no stranger to the high cost of living. Your credentials enable you to work in a financially rewarding career. As much as you cherish your job and the financial security it has proved, you suspect that your employer has not paid you all your wages. 

Mutual Fund giant accused of sex discrimination

Discrimination based on a person’s sex is illegal. This is not a new law. This is a law that was developed on the national level back in 1964. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 specifically states that employers cannot discriminate against an applicant or employee based on a number of factors, including sex.

Judge dismisses Google gender discrimination suit – for now

Three female former employees of Google filed a class action lawsuit against the company for discrimination against women in pay and promotions. They claimed Google pays women less for similar work as their male counterparts and for purposely assigning jobs to female employees that are less likely to lead to future promotions.

FMLA and employment

Life happens, and when it does, sometimes employees need to take time to address personal issues without worrying about their jobs. This may be especially concerning for hourly wage workers.

Sexual harassment: more than unwanted physical advances

When people think about sexual harassment in the workplace, unwanted sexual solicitation or physical touching commonly come to mind. You may think of a male boss who demands a sexual relationship from a female subordinate. This type of sexual harassment is known as quid pro quo harassment.

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