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February 2018 Archives

Another ex-Google employee claims wrongful termination

A now-famous memo written by a now-former staff member of tech giant Google sent waves through the news media late last year. The employee was later fired and eventually fired suit against his former employer for wrongful termination. Now another employee, on the other side of the political fence, has allegedly been fired for his responses to the memo and other statements on the California company's message boards. 

Lawsuit alleges employment discrimination at Vice Media

A hugely popular news media organization is facing allegations of unfair and gender-biased pay in a recent lawsuit. The California company is again in the spotlight for its workplace issues, this time with female employees stating that they were paid significantly less than their male co-workers. The employment discrimination lawsuit follows earlier allegations of sexual misconduct by some of its employees. 

California legislature releases sexual harassment records

Problems for employees exists at all levels of employment, from the lowest ranks of minimum wage workers to the highest ranks of elite lawmakers. One such problem of employment is sexual harassment. Recently, the California state legislature released records of several sexual harassment cases that have occurred at the Capitol dating back more than a decade. 

Wage disputes being tackled by California bills

The construction industry in the state has been feeling the effects of a new labor bill that aims to make employers responsible to fairly compensate their employees. Some opponents of the new measure have been making claims that the new rules have created a labor shortage in the industry. Others say that this measure only affects employers who thrive on using sub-minimum wages and evasion of fair labor practices. The bill itself will make it easier for some California workers to settle wage disputes

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