Wrongful Termination Against Public Policy

Wrongful Termination Against Public Policy In California, it is unlawful for your employer to terminate you for a reason that is against public policy. Examples of reasons for termination that are against public policy is if your employer terminated you because of a protected characteristic, such as because of your sex, race, disability, religion, sexual  Read More …

Whistlebower Cases

California Laws Provide Whistleblower Protection in the Workplace Retaliation based on reporting unlawful conduct of their employer, such as reporting a health or safety violation or illegal activity is against the law in California. This is often referred to as “whistleblower” protection in the workplace. If your employer fires or demotes you because you have  Read More …