Workplace Discrimination Archives

Officer settles workplace discrimination suit in Los Angeles

A California police officer has settled a lawsuit against his employer for $50,000. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy says he faced workplace discrimination because of his religious views after arresting the actor Mel Gibson for driving under the influence in 2006.

California makes checking credit score employment discrimination

With the start of a new year, many people who have been financially strapped and looking for work may have just been given a new advantage. Effective on January 1, employers have been banned by the State of California from using credit checks to decide who to hire, making the practice employment discrimination.

Los Angeles based retailer settles workplace discrimination suit

When someone becomes unable to continue their job because of a disability, they should have the opportunity to seek proper accommodations that would allow them to continue contributing to their work. Imagine being diagnosed with cancer and later finding out you were losing your job because your employer wouldn't make an accommodation to fit your needs. That's exactly what happened to a Los Angeles retail worker.

Wrongful termination lawsuit filed against California bank

California is no stranger to workplace discrimination cases. Now, a former employee of the La Costa branch of Union Bank has filed a lawsuit claiming that the bank is guilty of harassment and age discrimination, which, she alleges, led to her wrongful termination.

Entertainment turns into sexual harassment and assault

That sexual assault and sexual harassment occurs at all at the work place is disconcerting. That it can sometimes be tolerated and even be the source of entertainment for others makes such behavior even more offensive.

Workplace discrimination lawsuit filed against Bass Pro

According to a lawsuit filed against it, Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC not only failed to hire Hispanic and black workers, but also retaliated against employees who spoke up about the alleged discrimination. The lawsuit was brought against the fishing and hunting gear retailer on Sept. 21 by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The employment discrimination lawsuit charges have been denied by the company, which operates stores in 26 states, including California.

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