Give us a call if you feel your demotion, decrease in pay, disciplinary actions, or termination were the result of employer discrimination or retaliation.
Take action against workplace sexual or gender-based harassment, which includes unwanted sexual advances as well as offensive visual, verbal or physical conduct.
Unpaid Overtime & Wages
Work with an employment lawyer who excels at helping employees recover unpaid overtime, tips, vacation time, and other wages from their employers.
Meal Breaks & Rest Periods
In California, you are entitled to meal breaks and rest periods. If these are not provided, you may be entitled to compensation equal to one hour of pay at your hourly rate for each missed meal and rest period.
If you are disabled or become disabled during your employment, you’re entitled to reasonable accommodations. If your employer ignored, refused, or retaliated against these requests, you might be entitled to compensation.
Pregnant employees are entitled to reasonable accommodations as well as unpaid disability and family leave. When an employer fails to provide such accommodations or decides to retaliate, then it’s time to reach out to us.
Discrimination at work based upon your sex or gender identity is against the law. Give us a call to determine if you have a claim for compensation.
California laws prohibit employers with at least five employees from discriminating against older workers, specifically, those aged 40 and above. Give us a call to tell us about your case.
Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Discrimination against an employee based upon their actual or perceived sexual orientation is prohibited by law. If you feel you are a victim, call us now.
Medical Condition Discrimination
Employers are not allowed to discriminate against employees on the basis of health impairments due to cancer or genetic characteristics.
It is not uncommon for an employer to misclassify a worker as an independent contractor to cut costs. Simply give us a call, if you think you have been wrongly classified.
Workplace discrimination based upon race or skin color is prohibited by law. If you feel your employer is treating you differently because of your race, or characteristics associated with your race, give us a call.