Employment Attorney Describes Wrongful Termination
California law protects employees against wrongful termination in the workplace. Though it is an “at-will” state, meaning that an employer can terminate a worker’s employment for any or no reason, there are exceptions to the rule. It is illegal for an employer to fire an employee due to protected statuses such as race, national origin, disability, gender and sexual orientation. It is also illegal for an employer to fire an employee based on retaliation if, for example, the employee filed a complaint.
Reach out to a skilled Los Angeles wrongful termination lawyer today with Strong Advocates to better understand your legal stance. We will fight for your justice.