Monthly Archives: November 2021
Can You Sue Your Employer If You Are Harassed When Working From Home?
The number of people working from home remains steadily on the rise more than a year after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in 2020. A report by Upwork projects that by 2025, more than 36 million Americans would be working remotely. That’s one in four Americans. In 2021, however, working from home is still a… Read More »
California Nullifies Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) In Discrimination And Harassment Cases
In October 2021, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law the Silenced No More Act, a law nullifying non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in discrimination and harassment cases. When the law goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2022, California workers who have been victims of workplace discrimination or harassment can speak up about their abuse despite… Read More »
Can You Request A Religious Exemption To Your Employer’s Vaccine Mandate?
As an increasing number of employers in California and across the country are ordering their employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to re-enter the workplace or remain employed, many workers are pushing back. And perhaps the most common and well-known ways in which employees can attempt to continue working without having to getting a… Read More »
How Long Do You Have To Sue For Sexual Harassment In California?
Many victims of sexual harassment do not understand the time limits set forth by California state law when it comes to filing a lawsuit. If you have been harassed in the workplace, you might wonder, “How much time do I have to file a sexual harassment lawsuit?” The simple answer is three years. More… Read More »