Retaliation for Reporting Harassment
Retaliation for Reporting Harassment Lawyer Los Angeles CA
Protecting the Rights of California Employees in Retaliatory Actions
It is illegal for an employer to take any retaliatory action against an employee that has reported harassment or other illegal activity. This law applies to regular contract employees as well as those employed at-will.
If you have experienced retaliation for reporting harassment in your workplace, there are a number of laws that protect your employment. Allred, Maroko & Goldberg represents clients in all employment law matters. We recommend a consultation in our Los Angeles firm to discuss your legal options in a retaliation dispute.
Under state and federal laws, it is illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee for reporting any form of harassment in the workplace:
- Sexual harassment
- Sexual orientation harassment
- Racial harassment
- Religious harassment
- National origin harassment
- Disability harassment
If retaliation occurs and an employee is fired or otherwise punished, he or she may be eligible for compensation. Damages may be available for lost wages, lost benefits, emotional suffering, and punitive damages.
Allred, Maroko & Goldberg is one of the largest and most experienced employment law firms in California. We have helped thousands of clients who have experienced workplace harassment, or have suffered retaliation from reporting it. If you believe your employer has unjustly fired you, we can help you investigate your claim and prove retaliation.
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If you have experienced retaliation in the workplace for reporting harassment or other illegal activity, we can explain your legal rights that protect your employment. The employment law attorneys of Allred, Maroko & Goldberg are powerful advocates in employee rights matters. For more information about your legal rights, contact a lawyer.