Employment in California is called “at will,” but that doesn’t mean employers can fire workers for any reason.
If you believe your termination, suspension, or demotion was unlawful for any reason or need advice, take action now.
Federal and California laws protect employees from being subjected to slurs, jokes, or derogatory remarks at work. Your supervisors or co-workers can commit harassment when they create a negative atmosphere based on who you are.
Privacy-protection laws set forth strict procedures that employers must follow when examining your background. These laws protect employees against an arbitrary intrusion into their privacy, family, home, correspondence, and reputation.
A “whistleblower” is an employee who reports an employer’s violation of the law and is retaliated against, or punished, by the employer. In fact, California whistleblower protection laws protect employees in a variety of different situations.
Workers in California have the right to file a wage claim when their employers do not pay them the wages or benefits they are owed. If you have not been paid for off-the-clock work, unreimbursed expenses, or you had improper paycheck deductions, you are protected.
We protect employees, no matter what the issue is. From meal or rest breaks denied to treated as an independent contractor, medical leave denied
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