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Have You Experienced Illegal Employment Retaliation?

When an employee is fired, demoted, suspended or otherwise experiences some form of retaliation in response to a legally protected complaint or action, that employee may be able to pursue a retaliation claim. Retaliation is an unacceptable response to employee actions, and employers should be held accountable for this unlawful activity.

If you have experienced retaliation in the workplace, it's important to speak with Orange County employment law attorneys who can fight on your behalf. It can be intimidating to go up against your employer, who is your source of income. However, you need to assert your rights and seek compensation. At Solmer Law Corp, we can help. Our lawyers are passionate about fighting for the rights of employees.

What Actions Are Considered Illegal Retaliation?

Employees are protected from retaliation due to reporting discrimination, harassment or refusal to participate in illegal activities. State and federal employment laws also protects employees from retaliation due to participating in union activity, taking sick or maternity leave, filing a workers' compensation claim and whistleblowing.

Retaliation may involve getting fired or laid off. Sometimes it's more subtle, however. Examples of workplace retaliation include:

  • Unsubstantiated negative performance reviews
  • Unreasonably increased workload
  • Denial of promotions or raises
  • Denial of ongoing training
  • Perpetuating incorrect information about the employee
  • Physical or verbal abuse in the workplace

Our firm will look into the specifics of your retaliation situation in order to build a personalized and effective case on your behalf. We can advise you on how to best proceed and work with you to bring a powerful claim against your employer.

Protect Your Rights: Stand Up Against Unlawful Retaliation.

If your rights have been compromised and you are experiencing workplace retaliation, it's important for you to get in touch with Solmer Law Corp as soon as possible. We are tenacious and persistent, dedicated to fighting for your rights.

To get started, call 714-794-8558 or reach out to our firm through our online contact form.

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