Employer Duties Under FEHA

Understanding The California Fair Employment And Housing Act

The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits employment discrimination or harassment based on race, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, age, pregnancy or other medical conditions. FEHA also protects against retaliation for opposing any practice the statute forbids or for filing a complaint, testifying or assisting in investigative proceedings.

Under this act, it is the duty of every employer to promptly investigate workplace harassment or discrimination and effectively resolve the problem, including disciplining the responsible party. Employers are also required to accommodate for disabilities and other work restrictions. All investigations must be conducted in good faith. For disability accommodation, employers must conduct what is called an interactive process to determine what adjustments can be made. If accommodations cannot be made, they must give a reasonable explanation as to why not.

If you feel your rights have not been protected according to FEHA, the skilled employee rights lawyers at Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP, can provide strong representation for your case. We have been helping to fight for the employee rights of our clients since 1970. One of our attorneys will meet with you to assess your situation and determine if your case has merit. If it does, we will vigorously investigate and litigate your claim on your behalf.

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Please call 562-606-0382 or toll free at 866-915-3589 to set up your free initial consultation with our skilled employment law attorneys. If you prefer, you can contact us online. From our office in Long Beach, we represent clients all across Southern California. Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP, handles fees on a contingency basis. Therefore, you will not pay any legal fees unless you win your case.

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