Last month, California became the first state to protect employees from discrimination based on natural hair and hairstyles associated with race. California follows New York City’s passage of a similar ordinance earlier this year.Read more »
In California, Now Even Hair Is Protected Posted on: August 09, 2019 In: Labor & Employment
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