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October 2015 Archives

Responding to sexual harassment in a California workplace

Broadly speaking, there are two types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and a hostile work environment. Quid pro quo involves an exchange, such as submitting to or not reporting unwanted advances in exchange for some benefit. A hostile work environment is one where someone is made to feel uncomfortable in the workplace due to their gender, frequently due to comments or treatment.

Parental leave policies must not discriminate against fathers

California employers might want to review and perhaps reconsider their leave policies in light of a recent settlement between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Time Warner Inc. Specifically, employers should ensure any parental leave policies in place do not discriminate against natural or adoptive fathers.

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