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Would hiring more women reduce instances of sexual harassment?

California employers must be careful to hire from both sexes equally. Men and women must receive equal opportunity at the workplace, hiring should not be based on sexual bias and employers cannot make promotion, pay rate or termination decisions based on the sex of an individual. That said, it seems that numerous California workplaces have in unequal number of males in positions of authority -- and men often make more money compared to women performing similar job functions.

Renowned geneticist resigns after sexual harassment accusations

The University of California Irvine has bid goodbye to renowned geneticist and faculty member Francisco J. Ayala, who donated $10 million dollars to the School of Biological Sciences. The faculty member is a winner of the coveted Templeton Prize -- also won by the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa. He is famous for his work in genetics which has benefited hundreds of millions of people around the world through the prevention and treatment of serious disease conditions.

Federal Agency Accuses Tapioca Express of Sexual Harassment

Tapioca Express is a franchise that sells milk-based teas. It's based in South El Monte, California. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently accused two Tapioca Express locations of creating a work environment fraught with sexual harassment of its female workers. In fact, some employees quit their jobs because of the abusive conditions they faced at work.

Governor plans to earmark funds for monitoring sexual harassment

Gov. Jerry Brown has released his budget proposal that offers financing to help fight sexual harassment. The proposal would pay for a special program to stop those accused of sexual harassment from changing jobs inside the government. The financing amounts to $1.5 million, which would be used by the California Human Resources Department to monitor discrimination and sexual harassment complaints.

Victims of sexual harassment: Speak up and defend your rights

Sexual harassment continues to pervade society in spite of strict federal and state laws that prevent this abuse. The powerful protections offered under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 give women and men the right to healthy work conditions where sexual harassment doesn't exist. But is everyone exercising their rights in this regard? Unfortunately, no.

Woman aren't usually accused of sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is usually associated with power-hungry men who are in a position of power. There are very few cases that center around a woman being the aggressor in the case. This happens for a few reason, but it is imperative to remember that women can be the party who is harassing someone else.

5 people accuse a Los Angeles board member of sexual harassment

A 68-year-old Board of Commissioners member, who's in charge of overseeing the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, has been hit with five different sexual harassment complaints since December. The Los Angeles city department that the accused is a board member for is responsible for managing several downtown museums along Olvera Street. It employs 10 individuals full-time and at least a dozen part-timers.

Sexual harassment can affect a person's emotional health

Most California residents feel a sense of pride and joy when they obtain employment. Even if the job is not necessarily your first choice, landing a position can still allow you to feel as if you have made progress in reaching your dream job. You may want to focus on the positive aspects of the situation, but unfortunately, some issues at your place of employment may have you feeling less than optimistic.

Bill extends time to file complaint on workplace harassment

Currently, California workers who are victims of harassment have one year to file a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). This state agency is responsible for ensuring that workers are protected by California's anti-discrimination laws.

California sports coach files age discrimination lawsuit

The head coach of the University of Southern California's women's volleyball team -- who has enjoyed a winning, 17-year career in the position -- will not be returning as head coach for the 2018 season. The university decided not to extend the man's contract, even though the 74-year-old coach had no plans of retiring soon.

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