Glendale Employment Law Attorney
California Law Protects You As an Employee
California law provides broad protection for employees who are treated
unfairly in the workplace due to sex and gender, race, national origin,
sexual orientation, disability, age, religion and pregnancy—among
others. If you believe you have been treated unfairly in the workplace,
the law protects you as an employee.
At Boyamian Law, our Glendale employment law attorney is committed to defending
your employment rights, whether it’s wrongful termination, employment
discrimination, employment harassment, wage and hour laws, and employment
contracts. Call us now at (818) 423-4455 to schedule an appointment
and discuss your legal options. We serve all of California.
California wage and hour laws provide strict requirements regarding minimum
wage, the payment of wages, overtime, meal and rest periods, and commissions.
Unfortunately, violations are quite common and can result from either
your employer’s negligence, or straight up theft. Our attorney is
well-versed in wage and hour law in California and can help you understand
your rights and get the compensation you deserve.
Sadly, it is common for employees to experience workplace discrimination
during the hiring process, discipline, promotions, demotions and terminations.
Many times, these unlawful acts are masked as “legitimate”
actions, but they never are.
Again, California law prohibits workplace harassment based on protected
characteristics, such as race and gender. If your supervisor or coworker
makes inappropriate sexual or racial comments to you, or your employer
refusing to address a hostile work environment, you may be entitled to damages.
If your job includes an employment contract, it’s important to seek
advice. An attorney can review your contract, negotiate with the employer
on your behalf and help you understand the legal requirements
Losing your job is stressful under any circumstance, but suffering from
a wrongful termination can be unbearable. If a company fabricates a reason
for a termination in an effort to get rid of employees, that is illegal.
At Boyamian Law, we can protect your rights and help you fight back.
If you risk your career to expose company corruption or unethical conduct,
you may be retaliated against. If so, you should know that California’s
whistleblower laws seek to deter employers from retaliating against employees
who blow the whistle, and you may be entitled to compensation.
At Boyamian Law, we fight hard to provide justice and vindicate employee’s
rights. We have the resources to win against even the biggest employers
and insurance companies. If you’re facing an employment law issue,
contact our Glendale employment law attorney at Boyamian Law to discuss
your legal options.
Call (818) 423-4455 or email us
to schedule an appointment.
Do not hesitate to call Boyamian Law for a
case evaluation at (818) 423-4455