California and federal laws provide protection for employees at the workplace. An employer is not allowed to discriminate in hiring, promotion or termination based on gender, national origin, race, gender, sexual orientation or religion.
If you have been a victim of discrimination, unfair treatment, workplace retaliation, hostile work environment, or sexual harassment, you might be able to pursue legal actions against your employer.
If you have been a victim of discrimination, unfair treatment, workplace retaliation, or sexual harassment, you might be able to pursue legal actions against your employer.
We understand that being terminated from your job could affect you economically and emotionally. Therefore, we strive to help our clients to achieve the best result in the most efficient way possible. You do not pay any fees unless you win. Our team of attorneys based in Los Angeles can help you to fight your claims against your employer.
Wage and Hour Violations
California laws and wage orders are designed to protect employees. California wage orders require that the employers pay their employees according to the state wage and hour regulations. This includes the requirement of paying minimum wages, overtime and double time. Employers must allow their employees to take rest and meal breaks and reimburse their employees for the expenses relative to their employment.
If you believe that you have been unpaid or underpaid by your employer, did not receive your meal and rest break, or reimbursement for any of your work-related expenses, please give us a call today. Our team of experts at Employment Rights Law Group, APC will help you in asserting your rights against your employer.
It is important to hire a Los Angeles based employment lawyer to decide how to file a lawsuit or claim your rights against your employer. Often, local attorneys are more familiar with the employers and the employment practices. Employment Rights Law Group, APC has a dedicated team of attorneys protecting employees’ rights in Los Angeles.
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