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August 2017 Archives

Apple workers file wage disputes in California

Should an employee be paid for time spent undergoing a security check? This is the question asked in a recent class action lawsuit filed by California Apple employees. The wage disputes are a result of the significant amount of time that some employees spend waiting for security checks off the clock. The courts have not yet come to a consensus on the issue. 

Is California Google case one of employment discrimination?

Recently, tech giant Google released an employee who wrote a memo about gender differences as a way to describe the gap in representation in technology jobs. The memo sought to demonstrate biological differences between men and women and was written from a conservative perspective. Upon its release, the California company fired the employee, citing that the man was perpetuating harmful stereotypes in the workplace. The man is considering his legal options as he believes his firing was a result of employment discrimination. 

California pastor's inappropriate behavior pushes co-worker out

One pastor's antics has caused an uproar with one co-worker, an associate youth pastor, who has filed a claim. The woman alleges inappropriate behavior coming from the pastor and claims that the church did not do enough to stop it. This California congregation is learning about sexual harassment policies the hard way. More details are given in a recent news story. 

Court interpreter joins walkout over wage disputes

A court interpreter says that his wages have not kept pace with the market value. In California, the California Federation of Interpreters Union has staged a walkout in protest of what they say are unfair and stagnant wages. A recent news story gives more information about the walkout and the state of the wage disputes in the Interpreters Union.

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