Bias in the workplace takes many forms, leading to harassment and discrimination against vulnerable employees. California has enacted many anti-discrimination laws to protect employees who fall into various protected categories, including:
Our mission is to eliminate bias no matter what form it takes, and hold employers accountable for violating California’s laws protecting employees from unfair treatment. Actions that fall under the category of harassment and discrimination can include:
Employees who suspect they may be experiencing harassment or discrimination should ask themselves the following questions:
If the answer to one or more of these questions is “yes,” it may be worthwhile to consult with a legal professional.
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