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Police misconduct hidden by California law
Take a look at this article about how allegations of police misconduct are often hidden from the public in California because of the state’s overly restrictive laws surrounding police records. A bill was recently introduced in the state’s Senate that would make serious allegations of police misconduct public, which could help establish which officers have a history of problematic behavior.
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Why asking about pay history will soon be illegal
Check out this article about how starting in the new year employers in California will no longer be able to ask job applicants about their pay history. While job applicants will still be allowed to provide their pay history to potential employers, employers cannot use that history as a baseline for determining a salary offer. The new law is designed to keep pay disparities between men and women that may have existed at previous places of employment from being perpetuated in new workplaces.
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Can you be let go at any time in California?
Take a minute to read this article which explains at-will employment in California. Some people think that at-will employment means that employers can hire and fire anyone for any reason, but that is not true. For example, terminating people based on their gender or sexual orientation is illegal. If you have been affected by such a termination, an attorney can review your case and options.
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Same work, different pay?
A new California law will make it harder for employers to pay men and women differently for doing the same job. Read on to learn more about how the new law might affect you.
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California’s employment protections for victims of domestic violence
If you are a victim of domestic violence, you have protections against employment discrimination or retaliation under California law. Read this article to learn more.
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Federal agencies face allegations that they wrongfully dismissed discrimination claims 
Recently released reports indicate that many federal agencies have dismissed employee workplace discrimination claims. Read on to learn more about studies on the topic and more about discrimination on the job.
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Is lack of women in leadership a sign of discrimination in Silicon Valley?
A recent report by CNN Money explains that many leading companies in Silicon Valley are not adequately representing women in leadership roles, causing some to question when #genderdiscrimination is an issue.
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