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March 2014 Archives

Working conditions at Los Angeles airport questioned


California employees likely have many expectations when it comes to their workplaces. The simplest may be that their workplaces are safe. No one wants to go to work and be exposed to unsafe working conditions that could put them or their co-workers at risk. Employment laws agree, and require safe working conditions in all California businesses.

Playboy loses wrongful termination suit in California court


Playboy Magazine may be known for a lot of reasons around California and around the world. However, recently a wrongful termination suit has had Playboy Enterprise in the news. The company was sued by a former company executive. The female executive had worked for Playboy for over 10 years when she was terminated. She was 56-years-old when she says she was terminated because of her age and in retaliation for reporting fraud.

California woman was not protected by FMLA


The Family Medical Leave Act protects certain workers from losing their job when they need to take time off from work. This time includes time off to be with a new baby, or to care for a sick family member. When an employee qualifies for FMLA leave, the employer must hold the employee's job for them for up to 12 weeks. During this time, the employee does not need to get paid but FMLA specifics can be complicated. Determining how to properly take FMLA leave, or whether a California employee qualifies for leave can often create confusion.

California firefighters to sue over sexual harassment


A group of female firefighters from Region 5 -- in California -- of the U.S. Forest Service are preparing to sue the federal government. The group claims that they have been subject to sexual harassment and other sexual abuse while on the job. The group claims that it has complained about the problem with the government before but no action was taken.

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