California employees have the right to expect that they will be able to go to work, do their jobs and fulfill their duties without experiencing harassment or discrimination of any kind. There are both state and federal laws that protect employees from sexual harassment, but unfortunately, it still happens. Thankfully, there are fewer incidents of this type of harassment being reported.
After completing your education or training, you landed a job interview for the perfect position. Getting this job would put you on track for achieving your goals, so you prepared and put your best foot forward. The hiring manager seemed impressed and offered you the job on one condition: that you change your hairstyle.
California workers who are required to work on roofs and from heights understand the importance of fall protection and safety training. Recently, the importance of this issue came to light when an employee of a solar panel installation company fell off a roof. Like other employees who suffer injuries in work-related accidents, he has the right to seek benefits through a workers' compensation claim.