Wrongful termination is unlawful under California employment law. In this video, California employment lawyer Lauren Morrison explains your rights. For more information, call (310) 273-3180.
I would say the number one most important thing to do is to document what is occurring as well as call an attorney. Our firm is a firm, we have free consultations, and talk to someone about what your legal rights are because I think one of the most important things in life, in general, is to trust your instincts. If you feel that this is something that is happening to you in the workplace, that doesn’t feel right, it’s important to seek out advice and I would also say documentation of what is occurring through your employer is also incredibly important. It not only creates a record for you, it, in the future, if something does happen to you as a result of whatever you think is wrong is happening, you complained about it, the law protects you from being retaliated against for bringing up those issues, so you should document anything that you are feeling, and certainly contacting a human using human resources or whatever your employer has in terms of steps to address discrimination issues, you should try to follow those steps. Feel free to give us a call any time for a free consultation, (310) 273-3180 or you can also go to our website at CaliforniaLaborLawAttorney.com.