Californians may be interested in learning about a recent survey regarding the workplace discrimination experienced by Muslim-American doctors in U.S. hospitals. The national survey was conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago.
Although California workplace sexual harassment victims may feel powerless to stop the behavior from taking place, there are many options at their disposal. In some cases, informal workplace changes may solve the problem. However, if changes fail to put a stop to the abuse, a victim may be able to file a lawsuit to hold a harasser responsible for his or her actions.