New EEOC Guidance on Religious Discrimination and Accommodation

​​What is the EEOC? The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) is a federal agency started by the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to mitigate workplace discrimination by investigating discrimination cases on every employer covered by the law. The commission files cases for victims of workplace discrimination against discriminative employers. It investigates cases related to […]

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What does Gaslighting Look like in the workplace?

What is Gaslighting? Gaslighting is a term that refers to the practice of deceiving someone or a team through psychological manipulation by cultivating grains of distrust in a targeted person or faction, causing them to question their recollection, understanding, or decision, according to psychologists. Another way to describe gaslighting is a deception tactic that causes […]

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Federal, State, and Local COVID-19 Sick Leave in California

Though we are currently on the downward slide in terms of the COVID-19 pandemic and there are now vaccines available, there are still millions of people that are affected by COVID. Knowing what the regulations and rules in your area are regarding sick time should you contract the virus is super helpful. What to Do […]

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My Workplace has Hidden Cameras–is that allowed?

Can your workplace legally install hidden cameras? Orange county workplace lawyers and employment lawyers find this is a question that has been popping up more and more, especially as the use of technology in the office becomes increasingly sophisticated. Employee Video Monitoring in California Employee video monitoring is the use of a camera to monitor […]

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