RETALIATION

Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act, it is unlawful for an employer to retaliate against an employee for engaging in a protected activity.

Some examples of protected activities include:
Adverse actions can take many different forms. Some are obvious, such as termination, demotion, suspension, or failure to provide a raise or promotion. Other examples may include changing an employee’s shift, location, or job duties to ones which are less desirable.

IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOUR EMPLOYER HAS RETALIATED AGAINST YOU OR IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT WHETHER YOU HAVE BEEN RETALIATED AGAINST, THE SCHLEHR LAW FIRM IS HERE TO HELP.

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