Employees can sue their employers for wrongful termination when they believe that their termination violated applicable employment laws or breached their employment contract. The specific circumstances under which an employee can sue for wrongful termination can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the details of the employment relationship. Here are common scenarios in which employees… Continue reading When an Employee Can Sue Employer for Wrongful Termination?
California employers are required by federal and state law to ensure a safe working environment for their employees. If an employee believes that there are hazards or unsafe working conditions in the workplace, he or she has a right to notify the employer about it and/or report the dangerous working condition to the Occupational Safety… Continue reading Can You Refuse to Work When There Are Dangerous or Unsafe Working Conditions in the Workplace?
Being fired or laid off from your job is always a frustrating experience, but even more so when you are terminated for illegal reasons. And while you may be 100 percent certain that you have been wrongfully terminated by your employer, it will take more than just your words to prove wrongful termination and seek… Continue reading What Evidence And Documentation Do You Need To Prove Wrongful Termination In California?
Experiencing a wrongful termination is bound to cause feelings of anger and betrayal. After all, you have just lost your main source of income without proper justification. Unfortunately, the anger from your wrongful termination can boil over into all walks of life. The last thing you want to do is let your wrongful termination negatively… Continue reading How to Effectively Communicate Your Wrongful Termination to an Attorney
We are a little more than two weeks away from the 2018 midterm elections, and millions of California residents look forward to casting their votes in the upcoming election. As political conversations get more heated and controversial with each passing day ahead of the November 6 election, many people turn to social media as their… Continue reading Do California Laws Protect You From Being Fired For Sharing Political Social Media Posts During The Midterm Elections?