Employees in California, and the rest of the country, deserves to enjoy their job and feel like they are treated fairly by their employer and their co-workers. However, for many employees that are members of a protected class, or those that have reported compliance or safety concerns regarding their employer, this may not be the case. When an employee feels that he or she is being discriminated or retaliated against by his or her employer, it is important for he or she to understand and protect his or her rights to a safe and enjoyable work environment.
Discriminatory or retaliatory conduct by an employer may be present in how the employer treats or talks to an employee, especially if that employee is treated differently than his or her co-workers. Such treatment may occur for various reasons, such as the employee's race, religion, disability or gender. Additionally, if the employee has reported a compliance concern to a government agency regarding the employer, and the employer begins to treat the employee negatively as a result, this treatment may be deemed retaliatory.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Allan A. Sigel, P.C., are experienced in protecting employees that have been victimized by such treatment. Employer retaliation claims can be complex, as establishing proof of a hostile work environment or unfair treatment can be difficult. Our attorneys have helped clients establish the necessary proof that allowed them to seek an appropriate amount of compensation. We investigate our clients' claims by obtaining and reviewing the facts of the case. We provide our clients with the necessary advice and support throughout the legal process.
Those that feel their employer is retaliating against them and creating a hostile work environment or treating them unfairly in any way, may discuss their claims with attorneys experienced in such matters. Acting quickly and decisively to protect your rights to fair treatment as an employee is essential to your enjoyment at the workplace.
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