Reddock Law Group

The Reddock Law Group is a boutique, certified minority, and woman-owned employment and labor law firm that specializes in conducting workplace investigations and Title IX sexual assault investigations. We also conduct preventive discrimination, sexual harassment, and other workplace compliance trainings, and serve as expert witnesses in litigated employment and labor law matters and in cases involving workplace and Title IX investigations.

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Employee activism, a movement associated with actions employees and workers take to deal with specific issues, events, and experiences, has been on the rise since the start of the global pandemic. Some of these issues involve a company’s policies, practices or a stance on some hot-button topics that can no longer be ignored or swept under the rug. 
While traditionally

As inflation continues, the power of choice held by employees during the recent Great Resignation may soon shift to the employer’s side. 
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. job market has regained strength, encouraging employees to either ask for promotions and perks or find a better offer. To protect their retention, employers have been hesitant to mandate in-office work –

When the global pandemic swept the world, people of all ages, all walks of life and of different socio-economic backgrounds were caught by surprise. The threat was real, and everyone was struggling to make sense of the rapidly spreading disease. While everyone has suffered throughout this ordeal (in one way or another), evidence shows that essential workers, women, people of

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s signing of the Healthcare Workers Minimum Wage Ordinance will increase the minimum wage for healthcare workers at privately-held facilities, effective August 13, 2022. According to Los Angeles lawmakers, the goal of the ordinance is to deliver fair compensation to those who risk their own health, assist with staffing shortages, and quell the high costs of

New Ways to Engage Employees and Build Your Strongest Team Ever
Now that for the most part, remote work has become the new normal of today’s workplace, businesses and organizations are working diligently to determine how to build strong, productive, and successful teams, while cultivating a team spirit among remote workers. Most business professionals would agree that motivating remote employees

With the Supreme Court having overturned Roe v. Wade after five decades, corporate America has wasted no time with its response. 
From companies in big tech and entertainment to big banks like JPMorgan, many of America’s most prominent organizations are now offering travel reimbursements for employees to seek abortion treatment elsewhere if the procedure is banned in their home state.

Since the start of my career, I have been deeply fascinated with HR professionals. In fact, they are some of my favorite people in the world, and with good reason. Their role has become much more pivotal and impactful over the past two and a half years. In today’s workplace, their influence is undeniable, and their responsibilities go far above