Without overstating the obvious, workplace retaliation is illegal in California. Period. An employer who takes it upon themselves to show an adverse attitude, or takes derogatory actions, without merit is more than likely retaliating against an employee.
Specific reasons why certain employers retaliate against employees are unknown. JML Law has an aggressive Riverside retaliation attorney who will hold employers found guilty of retaliation accountable, so we rarely question an employer’s motive for retaliating against good workers.
Larger corporations may retaliate against promising employees who aggressively climb the corporate ladder. Executives hate seeing their jobs threatened by younger, more wiser individuals; so, many times, executives will instruct upper management to ‘make life hell’ for these up-and-comers.
Retaliation may take many forms. Some common types we see most often include:
Bring any employer retaliatory grievances to our Riverside retaliation attorney who, with an armada of resources and contacts, can quickly resolve your case or bring court action if deemed appropriate.
Employees sometimes have difficulty identifying when an employer may be retaliating. Since being oblivious breaks no laws, many go months before realizing they’re being forced out of their position.
If your employer does any of the following, it’s probably out of retaliation:
Apart from outright demotion or termination, an employer’s retaliation is sometimes skewed. This is why we encourage folks with perfect attendance, work ethic and no writeups to bring claims of employer retaliation to our attention because something is definitely amiss.
Tired of being the butt end of inappropriate jokes? Not receiving breaks that other employees are? California law prohibits retaliation of any sort, at any time. Punitive damages to employer, and financial awards for victims, are available and are often settled for outside of court.
Contact us today so our Riverside retaliation attorney may review your case.
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