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  • California Laws Against Harassment at Work
    California Laws Against Harassment at Work

    California Constitution Article 1, Section 8 The California Constitution protects against harassment at work, by both public and private employers, on the basis of sex, race, creed, color, and ...

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  • Harassment - What Damages May an Employee Be Able to Recover?
    Harassment - What Damages May an Employee Be Able to Recover?

    Harassment – What Damages May an Employee Be Able to Recover? An employee who is subjected to unlawful harassment is entitled to recover damages under California law. Damages can include economic ...

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  • Sexual Harassment - Hostile Work Environment Harassment
    Sexual Harassment - Hostile Work Environment Harassment

    Sexual Harassment – Hostile Work Environment Harassment The California Supreme Court has defined “harassment” as “conduct outside the scope of necessary job performance, conduct presumably engaged in ...

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  • Sexual Harassment - Quid Pro Quo Harassment
    Sexual Harassment - Quid Pro Quo Harassment

    SEXUAL HARASSMENT – QUID PRO QUO HARASSMENT Sexual harassment can take the form of an economic “quid pro quo,” that is where an employee's engagement or non-engagement in sexual behavior is linked to ...

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  • Best Practices: What Should an Employee Do if They Believe They Are Being Harassed?
    Best Practices: What Should an Employee Do if They Believe They Are Being Harassed?

    Best Practices: What Should an Employee Do if They Believe They Are Being Harassed? Under California law, it is illegal for an employee to be harassed because of their race, religion, color, national ...

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  • Sexual Harassment: What Does the Requirement of Severe or Pervasive Harassing Conduct Mean?
    Sexual Harassment: What Does the Requirement of Severe or Pervasive Harassing Conduct Mean?

    Sexual Harassment: What Does the Requirement of Severe or Pervasive Harassing Conduct Mean? To establish a claim for hostile environment sexual harassment, an employee must establish the following: ...

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