Gender Harassment

Many people make the mistake of believing that sexual harassment is driven solely by a desire for sexual gratification. It is not. Many types of behavior constitute sexual harassment, or gender harassment, which are not driven by a desire for sexual gratification. For example, if a male supervisor ridicules, belittles, or subjects women to increased scrutiny, while treating men differently (better), it may constitute gender based harassment.

Therefore, when it is apparent that a dual standard based on gender is being used in the workplace, it may be unlawful and should be investigated.

Employment Law

Workplace law in California is constantly changing and evolving to adapt to the ever-changing employer-employee and independent contractor relationships. Almost every day California state and federal courts issue new decisions which affect workers' rights. Do you know what your rights are?