When an employee is sexually harassed by a coworker or supervisor at work, the employee has every right to expect that his or her boss will actively investigate the incident and take adequate measures to ensure similar incidents do not happen again. After all, Los Angeles employers are legally obligated to address and resolve sexual harassment complaints in the workplace so that employees can work in safe environments.
When an individual is newly hired, Los Angeles employers trust that the employee will do his or her job duties as expected. Likewise, employees trust that their employers will compensate them for their work as agreed upon when accepting a new job or promotion. Employees also trust that their employers will pay them correctly according to California and federal wage and hour laws.
When an individual starts a new job, one of the first things he or she may review before showing up to work is the company's dress code or uniform policy. Employers may require or ban certain articles of clothing for safety reasons or to maintain a professional atmosphere. And although employees might wish that they could wear sandals into the office during the summer, most employees do not have any objections to what they are expected or required to wear.