Eisenberg Law Group
Employees are the most essential component of any business, company or corporation. Unfortunately, employers don’t always follow the law and treat employees fairly. The laws in California are favorable to employees and protect employees from the following types of illegal conduct by employers: Sexual Harassment, Wrongful Termination, Wage and Hour Violations and Discrimination.
If you are experiencing sexual harassment, which is defined as unwelcomed sexual comments, gestures, or advances, by your boss, supervisor, or co-worker, you should immediately contact a Los Angeles sexual harassment attorney. You are not required to tolerate sexual harassment in the workplace to keep your job.
Further, if you have been terminated because you refused to break the law, acted as a whistleblower, participated in a law enforcement investigation, or were terminated due to discriminatory reasons such as requesting pregnancy leave or medical leave, or because you protested unsafe working conditions, you may have a claim for wrongful termination against your employer.
Additionally, if you have been discriminated against because of your gender, race, religion, disability, marital status, medical condition, etc., you may have a claim against your employer for discrimination. Your employer is not allowed to discriminate against you for any of these reasons. If you feel as though you’ve been discriminated against, call our office to see if you have a case against your employer.
Moreover, if your employer has failed to pay you proper wages, failed to pay you in a timely manner, or failed to pay you the overtime wages you deserve, you may have a wage and hour claim against your employer. If you are the victim of sexual harassment, wrongful termination, discrimination, or wage and hour violations, you should immediately call our office for a FREE, confidential, no obligation consultation.