If your employer retaliated against you, attorney Matthew Zandi may be able to hold them accountable. Both federal and California laws offer protection for employees. This protection does not just include firing and wrongful termination; it includes all types of retaliation, such as demotions, failure to promote, stripping of responsibilities, micro managing and creating a hostile work environment.
Creating a Strategy for Success in Employer Retaliation Cases
If any of the abovementioned acts have happened to you due to retaliation, talking to Mr. Zandi can help you understand how the law may apply. Mr. Zandi can talk about your options and possible outcomes. If you decide to retain his services, you can work together to create a strategy for achieving the best possible results in an employer retaliation lawsuit.
He may be able to help you get your job back, and compensation for lost wages. If you lost years toward retirement, health benefits, or other benefits, you may be entitled to general damages. In some circumstances, you may also be entitled to compensation for emotional distress.
Retaliation is illegal when it occurs in certain situations. Employer retaliation just for being in a protected class like race, national origin, religion, or others is illegal. So is retaliation for whistleblowing or refusing to engage in illegal acts. Employers may not retaliate against you for complaining about sexual harassment, age discrimination, race discrimination, or any other violation. Employers are also forbidden from retaliating against you for cooperating in investigations about sexual harassment, age discrimination, race discrimination, or any other violation.
Contact a Lawyer About Employer Retaliation
If you were mistreated or suspect it was illegal employer retaliation, speak with an experienced attorney about your options. Contact Steel Zandi by either calling 800-626-0003 or completing this form.