Is Wrongful Termination Difficult to Prove

Proving a violation of employment law or discrimination law can be challenging. California is an “at-will” employment state, which could make the task of proving wrongful termination more difficult.  In an “at-will” employment state like California, an employer can fire an employee at any time without giving a reason or justification. There are some exceptions, such as employees who are...

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How To File A Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

Losing your job can be devastating. Being wrongfully fired can be even more distressing. Suing for wrongful termination can give you the justice you desire. It can also compensate you for damages caused by improper termination.  Can I File a Lawsuit for Wrongful Termination at Will? Before discussing how to file a lawsuit for wrongful termination, you need to determine...

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Can I Be Fired for Reporting COVID-19 Safety Violations?

Understanding Your Employee Rights Though COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world and transform how we live our lives, many sectors of the economy are returning to work. Because transmission remains a very real possibility, workplaces are required to maintain new levels of mitigating safety measures to protect both customers and employees. Still, some employees have discovered corners are being...

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5 Signs Age Discrimination Led to Your Wrongful Termination

Recognizing the Signs of Age Discrimination in a Dismissal Age discrimination, or ageism, unfortunately impacts a great number of older employees in the workplace. Aging employees can face numerous types of discrimination, including unwarranted charged comments, exclusion from company events, or being passed over for promotions or raises. In some cases, age discrimination can contribute to your dismissal. If you...

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How to Identify Wrongful Termination

Hardly anyone revels in getting fired or laid off from a job. If you were recently terminated from your job, you may be wondering right now if you were wrongfully terminated. Chances are you’ve heard this term before or may even know what it means. Wrongful termination squarely rests on termination that violates the law. Unfortunately, this bars situations where...

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