Beginning on January 1st, 2020, California Assembly Bill AB 9 will give workers, what was just 1 year, three times as long to file claims alleging California employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Now, workers will have a full three years under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) to file their complaints.

Although the law broadly applies to all forms of harassment, retaliation, and discrimination, the #MeToo movement was as the forefront of the change to allow victims of sexual harassment or assault more time to file their grievances.

If you think you’ve been a victim of on-the-job harassment, discrimination or retaliation, it’s best to gather evidence and write down pertinent information as quickly as possible while it’s still fresh in your mind. Call the employment Law Offices of Garry M. Tetalman today at (805) 879-7518. We can help!