Take A Stand Against Unfair Treatment From Your Employer

As a California employee, there are both state and federal laws that protect you from certain types of unfair treatment from your employer, including retaliation. Sometimes, employers react poorly when workers exercise their rights such as filing a Workers’ Compensation claim or reporting illegal practices, also known as whistleblowing, in the workplace.If you are a victim of any type of employer retaliation, we can help. The lawyers at RSnyder Law Firm, PC, are vigorous advocates for the rights of all types of employees. We are not afraid to take legal action to hold liable parties accountable for your mistreatment, fighting to protect your rights and interests.

Are You A Victim Of Employer Retaliation?

You may be unsure if you are a victim of this type of unfair treatment. Employer retaliation can come in many forms, but it includes any type of negative or adverse treatment that follows filing a claim or reporting your employer for discrimination, harassment or Employment Law violations. Some of the most common types of employer retaliation include the following:

  • Underserved demotions
  • Reductions in your pay or benefits
  • Intentional exclusion from company events
  • Negative talk and allowing a hostile work environment
  • Firing employees for no reason
  • Giving negative employee evaluations
  • Reassigning work duties without explanation

You may be afraid to speak up and assert your rights out of fear of additional retaliation and mistreatment. We understand this fear, but we will act on your behalf and shield you from additional harm. The goal of our attorneys is a beneficial outcome to your case, and we will work diligently to pursue compensation and the damages you deserve for any type of mistreatment you experienced because of your employer or at your place of work.

You Have Rights, And We Can Help You Protect Them

As a victim of employer retaliation, you might feel overwhelmed by what you experienced and what you should do next. In fact, you may not be certain you even have a case, but you always have the right to learn about your legal options.

A complete evaluation of your case can help you understand how to proceed. Our Orange County attorneys know how to protect your rights. Call us at (949) 484-0175 or contact us here for additional information about an initial consultation at our office in Costa Mesa.