If you believe you have been the victim of discriminatory behavior by your employer you should seek the help of an experienced employment lawyer immediately.
We understand that taking action against a former employer for discriminatory behavior can be daunting.
We are here to fight for you and our experienced employment lawyers can guide you through the process to ensure that your employer is held accountable for any discriminatory behavior they have engaged in.
You deserve to be treated fairly by your employer and there are State and federal employment and labor laws in place to protect people in the workplace.
Types of Discriminatory Behavior Engaged in By Employers
Employment discrimination can take many different forms. These include:
- Discrimination due to race, gender, age, orientation, disability
- Hostile work environment
- Wrongful termination
- Illegal demotions or discipline
- Sexual harassment
- Wage and overtime violations
- Family and Medical Leave Act violations
- California Family Rights Act violations
- Whistleblower punishment
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Unpaid wages
We understand that all of these discriminatory behaviors can do damage to your mental, emotional, financial and physical well-being and you deserve to be treated fairly.
We are here for you and will fight for you.
Why Hire an Experienced Employment Lawyer?
Labor and employment laws are very complex and resolving employment law concerns poses many challenges.
We understand that taking action against an employer for an employment violation can be daunting but we will fight for you to ensure that employers are held legally responsible for violating your rights as an employee.
Our employment lawyers handle cases on behalf of individual employees and are willing to bring class and collective actions based on unlawful discrimination. Leave it to our experienced California employment lawyers to help walk you through the process.
For a free evaluation of your potential case please call Vititoe Law Group immediately at 818-889-8900 or complete the form below for a free consultation.