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As it pertains to Beverly Hills AD Regulation 3B.10, For purposes of this policy, employees should note that the City generally uses the definitions of protected characteristics set forth in Government Code section 12926. What is the designated age per the above?

The chronological age of any individual who has reached a 40th birthday.

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As it pertains to Beverly Hills AD Regulation 38.10, For purposes of this policy, employees should note that the City generally uses the definitions of protected characteristics set forth in Government Code section 12926. What is the definition of race as it pertains to the above?

This is inclusive of traits historically associated with race, including but not limited to, hair texture and protective hairstyles. “Protective hairstyles” includes,
but is not limited to, hairstyles such as braids, locks, and twists.

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As it pertains to Beverly Hills AD Regulation 38.10, For purposes of this policy, employees should note that the City generally uses the definitions of protected characteristics set forth in Government Code section 12926. What is the definition of workplace harassment?

Workplace harassment: This can take many forms. It may be, but is not limited to, offensive or harassing words, pictures, jokes, pranks, intimidation, electronic communications (including social media), physical assaults or contact, or violence. Harassment includes derogatory statements not directed to the targeted individual but taking place within their earshot. Other prohibited conduct includes the dissemination or display of written material such as notes, photographs, cartoons, or articles of an offensive or harassing nature.

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As it pertains to Beverly Hills AD Regulation 38.10, For purposes of this policy, employees should note that the City generally uses the definitions of protected characteristics set forth in Government Code section 12926. What is the definition of sexual harassment?

This includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other unwanted verbal or physical contact of a sexual nature. The law defines two categories of sexual harassment. The first category is “quid pro quo” and the second category is “hostile work environment.”

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“Quid pro quo” sexual harassment defined.

Under the law, this is the first category of sexual harassment. This type of harassment occurs when one employee offers or hints that said employee will give another employee some kind of benefit or improvement in working conditions (e.g., a raise or promotion, guarantee of continued employment, better office space or work assignments, etc.) in exchange for that employee’s satisfaction of a sexual demand or submission to sexually harassing conduct, or that rejection of sexual advances will lead to the denial of a workplace benefit.

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“Hostile work environment” sexual harassment defined.

Under the law, this is the second
category of sexual harassment. This type of harassment occurs when
unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or verbal or other
conduct creates an intimidating or offensive working environment.