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Discrimination at Work

Discriminatory practices include demotion, termination, failure to hire or to train or promote based on a protected status such as: race, ethnic origin, ancestry, nationality, gender identity, gender expression, physical or mental disability, military/veteran status, medical condition, genetic information, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, reporting wage issues, reporting harassment or reporting any safety violations.

For example, if you were fired because of your race or because you had a physical disability (even though you could perform the essential functions of your job with or without an accommodation), you may have a discrimination case against your employer. 


What is Prevailing Wage?

Under California law prevailing wage rates are set by statute for contractors and sub-contractors that perform work on state, municipal and local public works projects

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