Buses are one of the most convenient methods of public transportation in Los Angeles, California. Like trains, these large vehicles regularly carry passengers, stopping at designated areas within the city to board and unload commuters. School buses also regularly carry children to and from school. In addition to public transportation, there are also private buses that are used for leisure travel such as tour buses and charter buses.
Teenagers today in the United States are driving much less than their predecessors from three to four decades ago. However, there continues to be a disproportionately high risk of death and serious injury in accidents among teen drivers. In fact, those who are 16 to 19 years old are four times more likely to be involved in both fatal and non-fatal crashes than older drivers. Sadly, car accidents continue to be the leading cause of death among teenage drivers, particularly among the 13-19 age range.
The state of California is one of the most liberal states in the country with respect to protecting employee rights in the workplace. In this regard, the failure to comply with state laws puts employers at risk of being sued in civil court and/or being the subject of investigations based upon employee administrative complaints submitted to state and/or local government agencies.
The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) is the California law that protects employees from illegal discrimination and harassment in employment on the basis of age (40 years or older), marital status, gender (including gender expression and identity), medical condition, race, sex, sexual orientation, skin color, religion, and other protected characteristics.
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