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WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF ILLEGAL REASONS TO FIRE SOMEONE?

Most types of employment in California are considered “at-will” employment. This means that an employer (aka your boss) has the right to fire you at any time and for no reason, as long as the cause is not illegal or unlawful. The following are some examples of getting fired for unlawful reasons:

  • Retaliation – an employer may not terminate you if, for example, your supervisor fires you for reporting them. In this case, your termination will be considered unlawful;
  • Discrimination – termination based on religion, race, gender, age, disability, etc.;
  • Breach of the employment contract;

As discussed above, your employer may not terminate you for any reason that is illegal or unauthorized. Suppose you believe that you were wrongfully terminated from your job. In that case, it may be in your best interest to contact our employment law attorneys, who will be able to determine whether you have a claim against your employer. If you have a case, our firm will not get paid unless we win your case.

Why Should I Hire You?

Our firm represents employees who are powerless in situations where employers have done illegal actions that put employees at a disadvantage. Therefore, our employment lawyers advise employees on the federal and state employment laws that have been violated and assist employees on a variety of legal issues, including:

Again, if you are involved in any of the employment-related disputes listed above, or if you need to ensure that your boss complies with state or federal employment laws, you should contact our office at 833-974-6663.

Simone Legal is a law firm representing consumers. This article/post is informational only and should not be used as legal advice. Please note that laws may have changed since this article was published. Before taking action, we recommend that you consult with one of our employment attorneys about your specific matter. Please email us at info@simonelegal.com, call us at 833-974-6663 or visit https://wrongfulterminationlawlosangeles.com/. Attorney advertising.

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