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
UC Berkeley’s chancellor resigned last week amid constant criticism from school faculty regarding his handling of several high-profile sexual harassment allegations and a mismanaged budget. Over the past year or so, UC Berkeley has contended with three sexual harassment allegations against three high-powered faculty members. Specifically, faculty members were angered by his allegedly weak responses […]read more
The workplace is one of the most frequent locations in which sexual harassment occurs. Other than your home, it is the place that you spend the majority of your time. You are entitled to feel safe at your job. Unfortunately, sexual harassment remains a contentious issue. To curb future sexual harassment, California requires all employers […]read more
Sexual harassment is not limited to the stereotypical positions, although it happens there as well, it happens in every job to everyone. As a recent news story illustrates, it can even happen to news anchors at prominent television networks. According to reports, Gretchen Carlson, a Fox news host, who was a regular on Fox and […]read more
Sexual harassment is a complicated problem to tackle. Sexual interactions and tension among people is hard to quantify and address. There are many fine lines that shift depending upon the people involved and the situation at hand. California has attempted to address this problem with the Fair Employment and Housing Act. The FEHA is enforced […]read more
Throughout California, all too many people endure unfair treatment at work. Some are not paid enough; others are forced to work excessive hours in terrible conditions, while still others suffer from discrimination and harassment at work. Whatever the case, it is a breach of your employee rights if you are being subjected to such conditions […]read more
Throughout California, there are many employees who endure working conditions that are far from ideal. Everyone has bad days at work, but some individuals have to deal with unsafe working conditions, discrimination, unfair wages or even harassment. All of these things are incredibly difficult to deal with, yet many employees worry that if they stand […]read more
In California, a surprising number of workers experience unfair treatment every day, at the hands of their colleagues or even employers. This can come in many forms, but one particularly distressing and harmful form of mistreatment is sexual harassment. This affects both male and female employees and can seriously diminish an individual’s confidence, emotional well-being […]read more
Wherever you work, you deserve to be treated with respect and fairness. However, as many employees in California know, there are far too many places where that basic right is not upheld. Unfortunately, when this happens, it is not always a case of simply being able to ignore it and walk away. If you are […]read more
For workers in California, the week can be exhausting. You work long hours for several days a week just to earn enough money to support your family. This can be hard enough, but for some the working week is made even more exhausting to the point of being intolerable. This is because many of these […]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.
To learn more, contact our Westlake Village or Los Angeles law office today and schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case.