IF YOU GOT FIRED LIKE THESE PEOPLE, WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

MOST California employees either wait too long to contact an attorney. Or, they never do at all. The consequences can be expensive. Let's look at examples of three fictirous employees, and consider each in terms of workplace discrimination.

 

WERE THEY FIRED UNFAIRLY?

 

- OVERWORKED WAREHOUSE WORKER

A 35-year old warehouse worker in central California works so much that he us unable to take

his regular scheduled breaks. He has missed work breaks for years. One day, he complains to his

boss. The next day he is fired.

 

- PREGNANT SECRETARY

A 30-year old secretary in Southern California is excited about being 3-months pregnant. One

day, she comes into work, sits her boss down, and tell him that she is pregnant. The next day she

is fired.

 

- UNDERPAID RESTAURANT DISHWASHER

A 40-year old dishwasher at an upscale restaurant in San Fransisco is constantly working

overtime. Some weeks he will work as many as 20 hours of overtime...20! He's a great

employee, and his bosses love him, but they never pay him overtime. One day, just like the

Warehouse Worker, he complains about this...The next day he is fired.

 

While none of these three people know each other, they may all share one thing in common.

 

They may have been all fired unfairly.

 

And... they may be owed money.

 

In the case of the Warehouse Worker, it's very likely his employer engaged in what's called a Wage and Hour Violation by not allowing him to take breaks. With the Pregnant Secretary, she may be owed money because she was fired due to her pregnancy. With our Dishwasher, he may be owed all of that overtime money the restaurant did not pay him.

 

Such is the reality of workplace and employment law here in California. Most employees do not know their rights. Most employees who have been fired for any reason, or quit for any reason, have no idea that they may be owed money.

 

And...most do not know that there are employment lawyers out there that will take on their case on a contingency basis.

 

WERE YOU RECENTLY FIRED?

 

Do you know your employee rights? You're not alone. Most Californians employees do not know that wrongfully terminated employees may be owed money.

 

WHAT'S THE GOOD NEWS?

 

The good news is that there is an easy way for Warehouse Workers, Secretaries, Dishwashers, and most every California employee to learn their rights. If you have been wrongfully terminated, fired, or quit, and think you may have a case, feel free to call 888.739.3092 for a FREE CONSULT!

 

 

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