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McDonald’s workers strike over lack of sexual harassment protections

Hundreds of McDonald’s workers and their supporters held a multistate walkout to urge the fast food giant to do more to address sexual harassment at work. They accused the company of failing...

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California water department faces racial discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit

The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) was recently accused of racial discrimination and sexual harassment. The city of Oroville in Northern California sued the water agency, claiming its toxic work environment...

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Los Angeles port trucking companies sued for driver misclassification

Los Angeles has been locked in a legal battle with three large port trucking companies over the alleged exploitation of drivers. California Cartage Transportation Express, CMI Transportation and K&R Transportation were accused...

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African American worker says Tesla is a ‘hotbed for racist behavior’ in lawsuit

An African-American employee sued Tesla for racial harassment, describing its California factory as a “hotbed for racist behavior.” The company, which was hit with a string of lawsuits last year, has been...

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California lawmakers urged to take action on sexual harassment in government

California lawmakers are dealing with a growing sexual misconduct scandal that has led to questions about whether there are enough protections available for victims and whistleblowers. One of the driving forces behind...

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Amazon employee sues for denied overtime and breaks at distribution center

Amazon workers in California are seeking overtime pay, rest breaks and owed wages, claiming the company violated state laws by repeatedly denying them their rightful compensation. A class-action lawsuit covering workers at...

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Silicon Valley startup accused of encouraging sexual behavior in workplace

Silicon Valley has been rocked by one sexual harassment lawsuit after another this year, drawing attention to a pervasive problem that exists in far too many workplaces in the technology sector. In...

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What the Grubhub trial could mean for workers in the gig economy

In the first lawsuit of its kind to make it to trial in California, Grubhub fought allegations of misclassifying its drivers as independent contractors instead of employees. Other worker misclassification lawsuits in...

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Postmates pays $8.75 million to settle worker misclassification lawsuit

California courts have been dealing with a growing number of worker misclassification cases that have resulted from the expansion of the gig economy. In one such lawsuit, a federal judge recently approved...

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