Employers have a responsibility to ensure their workers are not the victims of on-the-job sexual harassment. They must take all reasonable steps to be aware of harassment when it is occurring, and they must respond thoroughly and promptly when employees complain about sexual harassment in the workplace. Unfortunately, some employers do not fulfill this duty. […]read more
Although #MeToo brought the simmering underbelly of sexual harassment to the surface in a big way, it still exists (and may always exist) in the modern workplace. In fact, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission fielded over 6,500 claims of sexual harassment in the fiscal year 2020 alone. This is still an unacceptable level and indicates […]read more
The maker of several popular video games, Riot Games, recently began an investigation into numerous sexual harassment and gender discrimination accusations made against their chief executive, Nicolas Laurent. A lawsuit was filed by a former executive assistant, accusing Laurent of making demeaning gender-based comments and unwanted sexual advancements. Too many employees are forced to suffer […]read more
Over the last few years, we have seen sexual harassment in the workplace come to the forefront of the news. We know now that the problem runs much deeper than we ever thought and it seems that more and more people are speaking up. Today, we want to discuss a recent employee walk-out at a […]read more
As parents, there is nothing more concerning than the life of your children. You do all you can to make sure that your children feel safe and protected. At home, you may monitor their social media use or you may keep an eye on what shows they watch. You may prevent your child from using […]read more
Reports surfaced last fall that Google provided multimillion-dollar exit packages to two of its executives who were accused of sexual harassment by Google employees after the company found the allegations to be credible. Yes, you understood that correctly. One Google executive was paid $90 million and another was paid $15 million as part of their […]read more
A complaint issued by the state Commission on Judicial Performance shows is that Jeffery W. Johnson, a Second District Court of Appeal justice, is facing serious allegations. Among the claims are numerous acts of sexual harassment committed by Justice Johnson in the workplace. The claims date back more than a decade to his time as […]read more
When it comes to employment there are so many factors to consider. You have to think about commute time, whether or not salary is comparable to what you need to live, whether you will fit in with the other employers, whether this move will actually take you to the next step or not. The last […]read more
With all the stories of sexual harassment floating around on the Internet, it may seem frightening to report sexual harassment or find enough strength to confront the harasser in the workplace, especially when the harasser is your boss. With more than 81 percent of American women having been sexually harassed at work at least once […]read more
In recent years, there has been a campaign to educate parents on how to prevent and handle sexual abuse happening to their children. Prevention is telling their children that they don’t have to hug or kiss someone if they don’t want to. This means any family or friends that the child is frequently around. This […]read more
Your job is more than just a source of income. It is a major part of your lifestyle. If you have been the victim of wrongful termination, wrongful demotion or any kind of discriminatory business practices, it is time to take action and contact a Ventura employment law attorney that can help. Attorney Matthew A. Kaufman and the team at The Kaufman Law Firm bring experience and a vast arsenal of legal resources to help clients recover the money they deserve.
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