This is Retaliation

Sound familiar?

"Sheila, I'm tired of your complaints about my smoking. I'm reassigning you to a clerical position in another office and cutting your pay to fit your new duties."

If so, ask us for a free consultation.

Retaliation occurs when an employer discriminates against an employee for exercising a legal right. Here, Sheila, as a Californian employee, has the right to a smoke-free work place and the right to complain about second-hand smoke at work without fear of retaliation by her employer. Sheila has a retaliation claim.

Whistleblowers who report suspected misconduct to their employer rather than to government agencies are protected from retaliation - even if the investigation triggered by their good faith report shows that the misconduct reported did not, in fact, violate the law.

If you think you might have a retaliation claim, ask us for a free consultation.