It's hard to handle a job that comes with discrimination or harassment. You want to be accepted and appreciated for the work you do, not worried about if your skin color or the religion you practice is affecting others' opinions.
Countless women are sexually harassed in California at their workplaces. In fact, this behavior is so common that many women simply try to ignore it and hope that it goes away. The problem is that it usually never goes away and only gets worse.
Despite the fact that both federal and California law prohibit various types of workplace discrimination, it still happens far too often. In some cases, employers will even use company reorganizations or reductions-in-force as an excuse when they illegally fire workers for discriminatory or retaliatory reasons.