Unpaid Wages and Overtime
With almost 20 years of experience, Los Angeles Employment Attorney Kevin Salute is experienced in handling workplace retaliation claims.
California law makes it unlawful to retaliate against employees for exercising their rights. For example, it is unlawful for your manager or supervisor to treat you differently or to try to make an example of you because you reported that your employer was doing something illegal, because you asked for medical leave, or because you reported that you believed that you or a co-worker being discriminated against.
IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR YOUR EMPLOYER TO RETALIATE AGAINST YOU FOR EXERCISING YOUR RIGHTS. DON’T BE AFRAID TO CALL. WE WILL HOLD YOUR EMPLOYER LIABLE.
Call our office for a FREE CASE EVALUATION if you have been wrongfully terminated, demoted, denied promotion, denied employment, disciplined, or treated differently than your co-workers because:
- You reported unlawful behavior at your company
- You asked to be paid properly for the time that you worked
- You complained about discrimination against yourself or your co-workers
- You stood up for a co-worker in a claim they filed against your employer for discrimination
- You filed a wage claim
- You filed a complaint with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing or the EEOC
You may be entitled to receive back pay, damages for future wage loss, damages for emotional distress, and possibly other damages from your employer.