Retaliation Lawyer

Normally in California, employees have “at-will” relationships with their employers, meaning the employee can quit or voluntarily resign at any time and the employer can terminate the employee, without reason, at any time.

However, “retaliation” is the term used when an employer unlawfully terminates an employee for having engaged in a protected activity. This is unlawful because in effect the employer is terminating the employee for engaging in activity that the employee is entitled to do.

There are several statutory bases for bringing a retaliation claim. Below are the five most common:

Retaliation under FEHA

Retaliation under FLSA

Retaliation under Title VII

Retaliation under Health and Safety Code 1278.5

Retaliation under Labor Code 132A

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If you have experienced retaliation at your workplace, contact the top retaliation lawyers of Los Angeles at Kokozian Law Firm, APC. 323-857-5900. Ask about our free initial consultation.