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Your sexual orientation should not affect the workplace

California employees head to their workplaces every day for the purpose of completing their jobs and getting paid. Factors that don't relate to their job performances should not affect the employees' work environment. Similarly to discrimination against an employee's national origin, religion or race, today a person's sexual orientation is sometimes used as a basis for harassment and discrimination.

Don't let workplace discrimination ruin your career

Advancing in a career is not always easy. It takes time, patience, education and skill. Many California residents spend the better part of their adult lives trying to get to where they want to be professionally. When something gets in the way of this hard work it can be very disappointing.

Rights under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act

When people go to work, they can sometimes feel powerless. They may think that their employer has control over everything and can act in any way the employer chooses. However, in California, employers are subject to the rules outlined in the California Fair Employment and Housing Act. This act protects employees in many important ways.

California teacher sues over sexual orientation discrimination

Federal and state employment laws prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of certain factors. Under California employee laws, employers cannot discriminate against an employee because of that person's sexual orientation.

Transgendered federal employee suffered workplace discrimination

Californians spend a great deal of time at work. When people have a hostile working environment due to discrimination against their sexual orientation or identity, it can make their lives miserable.

Let us help stop workplace discrimination

Despite numerous state and federal employment laws banning discrimination at work, many Californians have experienced it. Their employers have used some trait or characteristic to influence their decision-making. These traits can include a person's marital status, religion, sex, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability or pregnancy.

Report claims that Muslims suffer from religious discrimination

Workplace discrimination is illegal in California. There are both state and federal laws that protect workers from having to suffer as a result of discrimination on behalf of their employer. In particular the California Workplace Religious Freedom Act, protects workers from suffering from discrimination based on their religion. This law, in particular, says that employers must make reasonable accommodations for an employee's religious beliefs and religious observances unless these accommodations would cause undue hardship.

Executive order protects against workplace discrimination

California employees should never have to suffer discrimination at the hands of their employers. However, many employees find that they are subject to discrimination because of their race, religion or sexual orientation. In particular, workplace discrimination because of a person's sexual orientation is common across the United States.

Workplace discrimination and pregnancy at Walmart

People from all walks of life need to find gainful employment in California. California and federal employment laws ensure that people do not face discrimination based on a variety of factors as they look for work. Workplace discrimination includes discrimination in hiring, firing and promoting an individual based on different factors. These protected categories include a person's race, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender and national origin.

Former UCLA employee sues school for racial discrimination

A former employee of the University of California Los Angeles has sued the school, her former supervisor and multiple other people claiming that she was discriminated against. Specifically, the woman says that the decision to lay her off was based on her race.

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