Ancient Latin phrasing persists in the modern legal lexicon. One such phrase is quid pro quo. Literally, quid pro quo means this for that.
Employers are liable for the ability of their employees to meaningfully engage with their work. This means accommodating the disabilities that workers may be overcoming, including new limits to abilities since an employee was hired.
Many groups of Californian workers require extra legal protection to ensure they are treated fairly in the workplace. All workers in the state and elsewhere in the nation deserve equal access to work opportunities and the ability to meaningfully engage in their work.
Sexual harassment continues to be a notable problem in employment, despite decades of focused attention to the problem across all American industries. Startups and other high-tech companies have recently reported problems, making the problem of discrimination an important one in the industry's unofficial capital in California.
Workplaces are intended to be protected, productive environments where employees and visitors can expect support and safety. California and the federal government observe many laws that maintain workers' rights in all types of employment.