Most of us are painfully aware that sexism has a long history in this country. We’d like to believe that since the 19th Amendment and the 1964 Civil Rights Act and now the first ever female presidential candidate, that things are looking up for women.
As chief executive of the National Association of Women Lawyers, Jenny Waters undoubtedly gets her share of job-well-done kudos and additional confirmation that speaks to her professional competency.
Many readers of our California sexual harassment blog know, of course, that federal protection against discrimination in the workplace extends to a number of so-called "protected" categories.
It was a very posh, very exclusive spa. Janie* was lucky to have been called in for an interview as an esthetician. Owned by a husband and wife, the spa served high-buck clients in the expensive part of downtown.