If you have been retaliated against in the workplace, please call our firm to discuss your claim.
In the United States, employers are prohibited from discriminating against their employees. Retaliation is one of the most frequently claimed basis of discrimination in the workplace. According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), workplace retaliation occurs when an employer takes negative action against an employee who has filed a formal complaint about a workplace discrimination.
In addition to Federal law, many states hold their own laws regarding retaliation in the workplace. In California, workplace retaliation requires: (1) the employer to take an adverse employment action against an employee, (2) because the employee engaged in a protected activity.
What is a protected activity?
Common examples of protected acts include:
What does retaliation look like?
Other common ways that employers show retaliation include:
If you believe you are a victim of workplace retaliation, please contact our firm to discuss the details of your claim and determine what compensation you can recover.
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