California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
first my boss wrote up for talking on phone with my friend during that is my lunch hour. then said i not fellow manager order to write out procedures, but i did fellow order write out procedures. I have my document approved to HR. but they still igorn.
then after few month I have other wrote up said reason. I m late for company fund rasing dinner. but there alot staffs were later than me. I just late 15min becouse i m single parent need to pick up my son and drop him off at my sister. I was tried to explaint to HR but not used
i m stress depressvie and helpless. i m sick
please help me. he is very evil person. he is picking at me. because i not listenting to him for doing illegal document.
Workplace harassment is any unwelcome or unwanted conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or an aversion toward another person on the basis of any characteristic protected by law, which includes an individual's race, color, gender, ethnic or national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other personal characteristic protected by law. A conduct is considered unwelcome if the employee did not solicit, instigate or provoke it, and the employee regards XXXXX XXXXX as undesirable or offensive. You will want to file a formal complaint with the CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleging Sexual Harassment. You must first make an appointment with the Department to be interviewed, either over the phone or at a local DFEH office. You may call the DFEH at(NNN) NNN-NNNN or apply on line by using the Department’s "Online Appointment System." The system will guide you through questions to determine whether an appointment is right for you. Alternatively, you may file a complaint with the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission). If your company has 15 or more employees, they are prohibited from discriminating against you. To file a complaint with the EEOC, contact the nearest Equal Employment Opportunity Commission field office. To be automatically connected with the nearest office, call(NNN) NNN-NNNN EEOC website: www.eeoc.gov
Federal law specifically prohibits discrimination, based upon the Ethnicity, Color, Religion, National Origin, Age, Sex and Disability of an individual, with regard to hiring, promotion and firing.
After you file the complaint, your employer will be prohibited from any retaliatory action against you. The EEOC will investigate your claim, and 180 days after the filing of the complaint you may ask for a "right to sue letter". The EEOC will issue you the letter which gives you the right to institute a private civil action against your employer and seek monetary damages.
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