Los Angeles Workplace Retaliation Lawyers
Protecting Your Employee Rights
Do you believe your employer is punishing you for reporting unlawful conduct? Are you afraid to confront your employer for fear that they will take adverse action against you? King & Siegel LLP is here to help. Our Los Angeles workplace retaliation attorneys represent California workers in cases against their employers. If you believe that you are being unfairly retaliated against, reach out to our experienced legal team as soon as possible.
We have helped clients recover compensation after experiencing all types of workplace retaliation, including:
- Changing shift schedules
- Unfair firing
- Negative performance reviews
- Pay reductions
- Unacceptable working conditions
- Denied opportunities for promotion
- Excessive disciplinary action
- Denial of equal training benefits
- Unwarranted monitoring
- Exclusion from meetings
- Unnecessary relocation
- Undesirable job reference
No matter which type of retaliation you have experienced, our employment lawyers can help you hold your employer accountable for their actions. During your free initial case review, our attorneys can evaluate your situation, address your questions and concerns, and begin to implement an effective legal strategy. We are committed to guiding you through the entire legal process from start to finish.
If you have been a victim of retaliation in the workplace, take action by contacting our employment lawyers today at (213) 214-3757.
Protected Activities in California
Workplace retaliation is when an employer takes an adverse employment action against an employee as a response to the employee engaging in a legally protected activity.
Under California Law, there are many activities that are “protected,” including:
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Reporting hazardous safety or health conditions
- Resisting sexual harassment
- Reporting discrimination in the workplace
- Discussing salary issues with managers or co-workers
- Taking time off work to serve on a jury
- Submitting a wage claim with the California Labor Commissioner
- Going on sick leave to take care of an ill family member
- Reporting a failure to provide accommodation for a disability
- Engaging in a particular political activity
Proving Workplace Retaliation
Although there are laws in place that protect workers from retaliatory action for protected activity, it is often difficult to prove a workplace retaliation claim.
To prove a workplace retaliation claim, you must show that:
- You engaged in a protected activity
- You suffered a tangible adverse employment action
- The main reason for the adverse employment action is your engagement in the protected activity
The two most important factors in establishing the correlation between your employer’s retaliatory action and your engagement in the specific protected activity include keeping good records and working with an experienced employment law firm. Our attorneys are here to help you through every stage of building a strategic case to achieve your legal goals.
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