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How Should Employers Handle Workplace Romances?

In light of the #MeToo movement, office romances may seem like they are quickly becoming a thing of the past. But even if the number of people in workplace relationships is gradually decreasing, it is still far too high for employers to ignore.

Bill would extend time to file state sexual harassment complaints

California, along with the rest of America, is experiencing an explosion of awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, as more people come forward to publicly report their own stories. Employers of all types and sizes in the state are understandably concerned about protecting their own employees and keeping their workplaces in compliance with state and federal laws against illegal discrimination and harassment.

California employers to protect immigrant workers under new law

In recent weeks, we have been sharing information about new California state laws that will enhance the legal duties of employers toward their employees in a variety of areas. One unique law requires employers to provide certain protections to employees against federal immigration authorities.

New California employer responsibilities in 2018

At Duggan Law Corporation, we advise employers of their legal responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is to prevent and stop illegal discrimination and harassment. Beginning in 2018, a new law expands those duties as they concern lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees.

Employer drug policy after recreational marijuana legalization

On January 1, California Proposition 64 became law, legalizing recreational marijuana sales to adults age 21 or older. Legalization has dominated state and local news, as sellers and cultivators learn how to comply with the law. Marijuana legalization also affects California employers, most particularly with respect to policies regarding employee marijuana use.

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