State and federal laws do not tolerate discriminatory bias in the workplace. That includes a prohibition against discrimination based on national origin. If your employer treats you differently because of your national origin, perceived origin, or association with individuals of a specific nationality, your employer has broken the law. You can recover damages through a... Read...

Medical discrimination in the workplace is illegal in California. This means that employees have protection against termination or mistreatment based on a medical condition or disability. Furthermore, their employer must protect their medical information and cannot disclose it without the employee’s permission. Both California and federal law require that employers offer reasonable accommodations to employees... Read...

The California state statute that protects job applicants and employees from discrimination based upon disability is the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). The FEHA prohibits California employers from engaging in discriminatory acts on account of a person’s disabilities, including: Physical conditions Mental disabilities Certain other medical conditions, even if not technically “disabilities” Some types... Read...

Under state and federal law, an employer cannot discriminate against someone based on their protected class.  Examples of protected classes include age, disability status, national origin, race, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation. While employment discrimination based on the mentioned factors is unlawful, it isn’t always obvious. For a discrimination case, you need to be... Read...