The general rule in California is that employment is at-will, meaning that an employee may be terminated at any time for any reason, or no reason—except for an unlawful reason. At Minnis & Smallets LLP, our employment lawyers may be able to help you defend against unlawful termination while helping you recover lost income due to employment law violations.
Employment law is anything having to do with the workplace. For instance, our attorneys advise both employees and employers with respect to employment-related disputes. These often include:
Many employment disputes concern issues of unfair treatment in the workplace. These may involve discrimination, sexual harassment, or retaliation. These matters are governed by both federal and state laws. There are strict deadlines for filing a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), or the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), so you really need to speak to an attorney as soon as you suspect a problem. Here are some red flags to consider:
Since time is limited for pursuing a case against an employer, you need to speak with a lawyer sooner than later. Call Minnis & Smallets LLP, and ask to speak with one of our experienced employment law attorneys today.
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