Protected Conduct in the Workplace includes:
- Making complaints about sexual harassment at work
- Reporting employee discrimination in the workplace
- Making complaints about unpaid wages, or other labor code violations
- Refusing to participate in illegal activity
- Taking time off of work to serve in the armed forces
- Attempting to take a medical leave
- Requesting a reasonable accommodation for a disability
An employee who has been fired in retaliation for engaged in any of the above protected activities may have a claim for wrongful termination in violation of public policy. Such lawsuits would generally include a demand for missed wages, emotional distress, as well as punitive damages.
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