An employer cannot treat you differently because of your race, sex, disability, age, national origin, religion or sexual orientation.
It is unlawful for an employer to reprimand, demote, suspend, harass or terminate an employee because that employee has engaged in legally protected activities.
California law requires employers to promptly pay all wages due to an employee. Attorney's fees, penalties, interest and costs may be recovered in pursuing these type of claims.
The law generally entitles injured victims to recover all economic and non-economic damages suffered as
a result of an accident that was not their fault. However, there are exceptions and it is very important to know about your legal rights and responsibilities in a timely manner when dealing with these matters.
Your employer does not have the absolute right to terminate you. Being "at will" does not mean that you can be fired for unlawful reasons.
Companies and individuals, alike, need sound, cost-effective advice to handle their business matters. Oftentimes, preventative and proactive measures can and should be taken to substantially improve the company's risk, exposure and bottom line.
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