What are labor laws in California?
Labor laws in California are rules that protect the rights of employers and employees. It allows for employers to terminate employees for just cause and they protect employees from wrongful termination. This means that if you are doing a bad job, you employer has the right to terminate your employment. If you are terminated because you filed a complaint or are helping another employee with a complaint against the company, then you cannot be terminated per the labor laws.
Help with labor laws in California
If you feel that you have been wrongfully terminated from your employment because of discrimination or because you requested time off to care for a sick parent, then you may be able to mitigate your damages by taking your employer to court. To figure out if you have an actionable case, please contact California Wage Law Attorney online or call them at 800-417-2008 for further assistance.