Read at San Diego Union-Tribune
Not all workplace harassment and discrimination is illegal, according to California law. While harassment motivated by sexual interest or gender-based hostility is unlawful, general abusive conduct is not. Similarly, not all workplace discrimination is illegal, as there are certain categories where discrimination may be justified. California law requires employers to provide interactive sexual harassment training to their employees annually.
"Not all workplace harassment is illegal."
The California Fair Employment & Housing Act prohibits discrimination based on categories like gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation. However, discrimination based on factors like education, experience, or language skills may be appropriate. The article also mentions a report that highlights how remote workers may face challenges in terms of promotions.
"Remote Workers Are Losing Out on Promotions, New Data Shows."