Discrimination is not always out in the open. An employer may not tell an applicant that they are not being hired because of their race, religion, or perceived sexual orientation. In many cases, it can be difficult to identify discrimination. Instead, there may be many “signs” or signals of workplace discrimination that can be used to show the employer violated California labor laws.

For example, a job ad asks for applicants to join the “young and hip marketing team.” Even though the ad does not specifically restrict applicants who are over 40 years old, it may be considered discriminatory based on applicant age by appearing to prefer young applicants over older applicants.

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