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Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation in the workplace are illegal.
Don’t let your employer get away with bad acts.
Whether you are an employee, an applicant, an unpaid intern, a volunteer, or a person providing services pursuant to a contract, you have a legal right to be treated fairly.
Under California Law, an employer cannot harass or discriminate against YOU based on any of the following: race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, or military and veteran status.
Nothing can be further from the truth than the old saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” We know that words do hurt. They can hurt us mentally and emotionally with physical manifestations. They can hurt our reputation and then can impact our work and employment status.
In this day and age, it is even worse! With the use of the internet and social media, lies about you can spread quickly. Defamation, Libel, and Slander are illegal. If you are suffering from any of these, contact us today for a free consultation.
Getting fired never feels right. A lot of individuals feel like there is nothing they can do, because their employment was “at will." Don’t fall into that trap. There are many situations where the law protects “at will” employees from termination.
If you think you have been wrongfully terminated, please contact us today for a free consultation to see if you can obtain justice for what you have wrongfully suffered.
The law protects you for following your conscience, when you disclose information you believe to be a violation of local, state or federal law, rule or regulation. Whether you disclose it to your employer or report it to a government agency, it is ILLEGAL for your employer to retaliate against you.
If you think you have been wrongfully terminated, please contact us today for a consultation to see if you can get justice for what you have wrongfully suffered.