Sexual Harassment in California: What You Can Do About It

Sexual harassment in the workplace can come in a variety of forms. As more platforms for communication become available, from email to instant messaging, sexual harassment is actually growing more common in the workplace. Supervisors and coworkers alike...

Legal Protections Nursing Mothers Have in California

California has the most comprehensive and stringent pregnancy discrimination laws in the country. The provisions in state laws are much wider in scope compared to federal laws and are designed to protect pregnant women from any kind of discrimination...

What Lessons Can We Learn From The USC Scandal?

The sexual abuse scandal at the University of Southern California has reignited the debate on women’s safety and sexual assault by men in high positions. Harvey Weinstein is not the only terrible person in SoCal. The never-ending stories of sexual misconduct...

USC President to Resign Over Student Abuse Scandal

C.L. Max Nikias, the president of the University of Southern California (USC), will step down following a scandal involving sexual abuse of students at the university’s health center by a gynecologist, Dr. George Tyndall. The decision of the resignation...

Dealing With The Problem of Late and Unpaid Wages at Workplace

Employers in California have a legal obligation to pay their employees on time. Employees in the state are protected by law against late and unpaid wages – irrespective of the nature of their work and the industry they belong to. Whether the payment...