WRONGFUL

Termination

HAVE YOU BEEN WRONGFULLY TERMINATED BY YOUR EMPLOYER?

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If your employer is engaging in unfair labor practices, there are typically two options available to you: hire an attorney or file a claim with the California labor commissioner.

The California Labor Board has the power to investigate claims that workers are treated fairly under federal and state law, and related to unpaid wages & overtime, meal & rest period violations, and certain other labor code violations.

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WHEN CAN AN EMPLOYEE BE TERMINATED?

In California, most employment relationships are “at will.” At will employment means that the employer may terminate the employment relationship for any reason. However, there is an exception when there is some unlawful motivation or retaliatory reason for the termination. Unlawful motivations for termination are generally reasons which California courts have held are in violation of public policy. Examples of reasons for termination which may violate public policy include:

Race, sex, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or nationality

Refusing to work in unsafe working conditions

Opposition to an unlawful activity

Requesting an accommodation for a disability

Taking pregnancy leave

Taking time to vote

Requesting an accommodation for a disability

Marital or family status

Refusing to sign an unlawful non-compete clause

Taking family or medical leave

Reporting unlawful activities to a government agency

CONTACT OUR CALIFORNIA WRONGFUL TERMINATION LAW FIRM

Cunningham Law, APC is a California based employment law firm that aggressively represents employees who have become victims of wrongful termination. If your employer has unlawfully terminated your employment, our law firm can review your case for free and determine if you have a possible case.

For a free consultation with an employment attorney at Cunningham Law, APC, please call us at (951) 213-4786 today.

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