Category: Discrimination

Mission Viejo Employee Discrimination

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Can employers discriminate against you because of your looks?  Well, maybe. There is no doubt they do.  A television program sent many sets of equally qualified job candidates to be interviewed at various businesses.  Invariably, the better‑looking person got hired.  Looks also influenced promotions, demotions and terminations. In most cases, looks discrimination is perfectly legal. …


Orange County Employment Interview Questions: Gender and Disability

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“It’s none of your business,” you may feel like saying when an overly personal question is asked by a prospective employer.  Actually, some of these questions may even be illegal. It’s improper to ask about your sexual preference, marital status, dependents, whether you have made provisions for childcare if you’re pregnant, use birth control, who…



Orange County Sexual Harassment Lawyer

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What can employers do to stop sexual harassment in the workplace? Here is my top ten list: Display the poster required by law advising employees about sexual harassment, discrimination and their options. Distribute an information sheet on sexual harassment to each employee. Include an effective policy regarding sexual harassment, discrimination, and discipline in an employee…


Orange County Employee Harassment

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Are you concerned that you’re a victim of employee harassment? Tip: Talk to your harasser first! Dirty jokes, profanity, pornography, unwanted flirting in the workplace. Sexual harassment and other forms of employee harassment on the job is not new. What can you do to try to stop it without hurting your career? Go to the…


Orange County Age Discrimination

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Age discrimination, a form of Orange County employment attorney, is illegal. As most workers will live to be over 40 years of age, this claim applies to more workers than any other discrimination claim. Simply put, age discrimination is rampant and increasing. Federal law protects workers over 40 who have been discharged, demoted, or subjected…