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Sexual Harassment at Work

Sexual harassment involves unwanted sexual advances, or visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.  Some examples of sexual harassment include leering, sexual gestures, showing an employee sexual photographs, cartoons or posters or objects of a sexual nature, unwanted touching, assault, battery of a sexual nature, impeding or blocking movement, sexual comments, slurs, epithets or jokes, using sexually degrading speech, making comments about someone’s body, offering work benefits for sexual acts or favors, and, threatening or taking retaliatory action after receipt of a negative response to unwanted sexual advances.  Sexual harassment can be broken down into two different classifications:

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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