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November 2017 Archives

Another media loss due to sexual misconduct

Another television personality has been terminated due to allegations of sexual misconduct. This morning, NBC's Today show announced their co-anchor, Matt Lauer, was terminated late Tuesday night after a detailed account of his misbehavior was brought forward by a staff member.

The fallout from sexual harassment charges

People in California and all over the country are not looking the other way anymore when it comes to sexual harassment. The vast amount of actors, directors and other celebrity figures who have been accused over the last month have been staggering, and the industry is saying "enough."

Exceptions to at-will employment

Many workers in California assume when they are hired that they are guaranteed employment unless they screw up or do something wrong to justify being terminated. The truth is the majority of employees in the state are hired on an at-will basis, which means the employer can terminate employment at any time and for any reason.

How California wildfires affect seasonal workers

The wildfires that have spread through California have had a big affect on seasonal workers in the area. Not only has their income been affected over the last couple of weeks, but some of their employers have sustained major damage that may limit future employment. While some seasonal employees are protected by state and federal laws, undocumented workers do not have these same protections, and this may have a major influence on the businesses that depend on these workers.

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