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Non compete agreement

Non-Compete And Non-Solicitation Agreements

Many employment agreements contain non-compete and non-solicitation clauses, and nationally, the use of these agreements are becoming increasingly common at work. Employers may insist that employees sign non-compete and non-solicitation agreements as conditions of employment, and refuse to hire or continue to employ workers who are unwilling to enter into these agreements. However, the legality…

types of sexual harassment

Different Types Of Sexual Harassment In The Workplace

Over half a decade ago, the anti-sexual assault and women’s empowerment movements #MeToo and Time’s Up raised global awareness of widespread sexual harassment and assault. Sexual harassment and assault remain serious issues in the workplace; countless employees of all gender and sexual identities face unlawful harassment on a daily basis. All employees have the right…

Glass Ceiling Discrimination

Glass Ceiling Discrimination in The Workplace

A “glass ceiling” represents an invisible barrier that prevents people from rising beyond a certain level in a workplace. The glass ceiling is typically used in reference to discrimination against women in the workplace, but also applies to discrimination against all marginalized groups. While the barrier is invisible, glass ceiling discrimination has visible effects; it…

Tech Workers Rights

Tech Workers’ Rights

With offices in Silicon Valley and the Bay Area, regions globally recognized as hubs of tech innovation, Avloni Law, has extensive experience representing the interests of tech employees. If you work in the tech sector and believe you may be facing unlawful conduct in the workplace, contact Avloni Law for a consultation today. The tech…

University of California

48,000 Academic Employees at UC Are On Strike

Academic employees at the University of California are on strike. The strike, including 48,000 academic workers, is the largest strike in the history of higher education. Due to the size and reputation of the UC system, the impact of this strike will likely extend beyond UC campuses and set the standard for working conditions at…

Disability Discrimination

How Do You Prove Disability Discrimination at Work?

It is unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees or job applicants based on their disability, and employers are likewise legally obligated to provide reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities.

An employee facing discrimination at the workplace

Discrimination in the California Workplace

Unfortunately, almost 60 years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, discrimination is still prevalent for many Americans at work. According to a national survey conducted by Glassdoor in 2019, 61% of Americans report having experienced and or witnessed discrimination at work. That same year, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission…

Employee Rights

Workers Rights: What Are My Rights as an Employee in California?

It’s important and empowering to understand the rights you have as an employee and to stay up to date on the laws that regulate employee protection in California. Employment laws, established by federal and state governments, grant all workers specific rights. In California, employee rights are…

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