Retaliation & Wrongful Termination
San Bernardino Labor Attorney Protecting Workers from Employer Retaliation and Unfair Dismissal
Your job is your livelihood. No one ever enters into an employment contract expecting to have a problem arise from the employment relationship. Most employees are hard-working individuals who just want to go to work, do their job, and be treated with respect and compassion. Unfortunately, sometimes issues come up, and employers attempt to take advantage of their employees’ lack of knowledge when it comes to their employment rights. When a company has lawyers and contracts, and tells you “no” on a request, it may feel as though that is the end of the grievance. Yash Law Group is here to assist employees with protecting their rights and to enforce employment and labor laws. If you feel you have been unfairly dismissed from a job, or your employer has retaliated against you for some reason, contact our office in Orange County today.
Law group that protects Southern California workers from unfair job dismissals
The State of California has labor and employment laws in place that protect a person from being released from their job or demoted for unfair reasons. Some of these laws may feel inconvenient to employers, and it is not uncommon for a company to disregard the laws or its employees with regards to their rights. Some examples of areas an employer cannot punish you for include:
- Filing a complaint of harassment or discrimination against the company or a company employee
- “Blowing the Whistle” on a company’s working conditions, lack of compliance with laws, or illegal conduct
- Requesting family or medical leave
- Becoming pregnant
- Performing or engaging in a public duty, such as jury duty
Our firm has successfully won monetary compensation for clients who have been wronged, as well as helped clients who wished to keep their jobs. If you believe your employment rights have been violated, do not wait. The time to file a complaint is limited. Call our office today to schedule a free consultation.
Skilled employment attorney who litigates on behalf of employees who were wrongful terminated
Many companies have an employee handbook that outlines company policy, company rules, and explicitly outlines the termination process. Many companies have specific procedures for how they handle discipline; the company handbook may state that a verbal warning is given first, and then a write up, or specify how many warnings or write-ups an employee requires before they are let go. If your employer has let you go without following company procedure or you were fired even though you were promised employment for a specific period of time, you may have grounds to file a wrongful termination complaint. If this has happened to you, you have a limited amount of time to take action. Contact Yash Law Group today and learn more about how we can help you.
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