California Employment Counsel, APC
Strong Advocates For California Workers
Start Your Free Consultation

blog Archives

Names Of Judges In Sexual Harassment Settlements Must Be Revealed

When public officials use taxpayers' money to settle sexual harassment claims, does the public have the right to know? That question has been on the national stage recently, as previously secret sexual harassment settlements involving members of Congress have been revealed.

Fighting Back Against Sexual Harassment

With the current "me too" movement it seems that many people are coming forward, sharing their experiences about sexual harassment, and holding their harassers accountable. One of the most common places where this behavior occurs is the workplace. 

Tips for curbing sexual harassment in the restaurant industry

Sexual harassment has become a hot-button issue in many fields, and the restaurant industry is no exception. Employees—male and female alike—are speaking out about their experiences and drawing attention to the pervasive problem of workplace harassment.

New bill would require sexual harassment training for all employees

As sexual harassment continues to be a part of our national conversation, the obvious next step seems to be determining how we stop sexual harassment before it happens. One California lawmaker thinks the solution is to mandate employee training.

Harassment stews throughout the restaurant industry

The advent of the #MeToo movement has shown that the employees’ culture of the restaurant industry is inundated with sexual harassment. The latest high-profile chef to be exposed is California Bay Area restauranteur Charlie Hallowell. In December of 2017, 17 women accused Hallowell of demeaning them in the workplace through sexual harassment, lewd advances and explicit language.

Can you be sexually harassed by emojis?

You had to give your boss your phone number, he needs it, right? After exchanging a few messages about scheduling, he sends you an eggplant emoji, a tongue and a smiley face. You know what those characters are implying even though it is not directly stated. Reading that message makes you feel instantly uncomfortable. Did you just get sexually harassed?

Contact Us For A Free Case Evaluation

Email Us For A Response

Victim of Sexual Harrasment or Discrimination in the Workplace?

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy