The “Time’s Up” and “Me Too” movements have sparked societal change in many ways, including in our legal system. In response, the California Legislature quickly enacted several new laws aiming to deter the quieting of sexual harassment claims. Here are the three news laws employers should consider when resolving sexual harassment claims.Read more »
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