March 2019

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Posted by Legal Team On March 29, 2019

California won’t let harassment victims be silenced any longer

Sexual harassment in the workplace is no longer something that people simply have to quietly endure — it’s now a subject of intense scrutiny. California, in particular, seems to have had a wake-up call when it comes to how problematic sexual harassment really is in the workforce…

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What is “ableism” in the workplace?

“Ableism” is a form of disability discrimination — but it’s so culturally ingrained that it’s often hard to combat. Ableism is anything that devalues someone based on their disability — whether that disability is visible or not. Here are some examples of ableism in the workplace: Having…

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Posted by Legal Team On March 15, 2019

Olive Grove Charter School charged with wrongful termination

A lawsuit filed in Santa Barbara County Superior Court alleges that a California educator was the victim of wrongful termination once she tried to alert a school’s governing body to numerous improprieties by its executive director. Olive Grove Charter School bills itself as an alternative to traditional…

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Take action against disability discrimination

A disability can strike anyone, at any age. In fact, it’s estimated that around 40 million Americans struggle with some form of mental or physical disability. Many of those people are working despite their impairments — but they don’t always have an easy time finding acceptance in…

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