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Entertainment industry sexual harassment

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY SEXUAL HARASSMENT

Age discrimination in hollywood is illegal

AGE DISCRIMINATION IN HOLLYWOOD IS ILLEGAL

Age discrimination is illegal in california

AGE DISCRIMINATION IS ILLEGAL IN CALIFORNIA

California pregnancy disability leave law (pdll)

CALIFORNIA PREGNANCY DISABILITY LEAVE LAW (PDLL)

The supreme court alters the landscape on collection of union agency fees

A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision declares agency fees collected from employees who are not members of the union unconstitutional.

California fair employment and housing act (feha)

Basic description of the California Fair Employment And Housing Act (FEHA)

Receiving workers compensation for burn injuries

Burn injuries are often incredibly painful, hard to treat, and have drastic long-term consequences.

Q&a: answering your questions about overtime pay

Overtime is confusing. Sometimes you’re eligible and sometimes you’re not. Meanwhile, no one seems to know what rights the employer has and what rights you have. More than ever, questions are floating around about overtime wages so keep reading to get those questions answered.

10 questions to ask when your employer is breaking the law

Employment lawyers see it often when employees jump to the conclusion that their employers have broken the law and should be sued. The best way to explore whether or not you have an actual lawsuit on your hands is ask these ten questions.