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Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor to San Francisco Businesses for Family-Friendly Policies[:es]Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor San Francisco Business for Family-Friendly Policies[:zh]Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor San Francisco Business for Family-Friendly Policies

San Francisco businesses lead the way in family-friendly policies. At today’s second annual Healthy Mothers Workplace Award Ceremony, 24 employers will be honored for their commitment to the health and equity of their employees, especially new parents.  This year, San Francisco became the first city in the nation to give employees the right to request … Continue reading “Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor to San Francisco Businesses for Family-Friendly Policies[:es]Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor San Francisco Business for Family-Friendly Policies[:zh]Healthy Mothers Workplace Awards Honor San Francisco Business for Family-Friendly Policies”

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California Becomes Second State to Provide Paid Sick Days

Today, Governor Brown took a historic step for working families and signed Assembly Bill 1522, which provides workers in California the guarantee of earned sick days, accruing one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked, regardless of the size of the employer.

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Richard Odgers, pioneer of diversity, gun control advocate, dies

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Go to work sick or risk your job, that’s the question

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Julia Parish

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Go to work sick or risk your job, that’s the question

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Undocumented Immigrants Still Mistreated by Employers Despite New Laws

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Pro Bono Spotlight: Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center

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LAS-ELC Settles Breastfeeding Discrimination Claim against World Journal

LAS-ELC today settled a claim on behalf of To-Wen Tseng, a journalist for the Chinese-language newspaper World Journal who was allegedly denied legally mandated lactation accommodations at work. In addition, Ms. Tseng claimed that World Journal discriminated against her because she requested a private space to pump breast milk.

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Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center Settles Breastfeeding Discrimination Claim against World Journal

LAS-ELC today settled a claim on behalf of To-Wen Tseng, a journalist for the Chinese-language newspaper World Journal who was allegedly denied legally mandated lactation accommodations at work. In addition, Ms. Tseng claimed that World Journal discriminated against her because she requested a private space to pump breast milk. For example, Ms. Tseng alleged that the newspaper published anti-breastfeeding … Continue reading “Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center Settles Breastfeeding Discrimination Claim against World Journal”

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