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What should I do if my employer is treating me differently than other employees?
Every day I get phone calls from individuals calling seeking advice about the fact that they’re being treated differently at work. They tell me their supervisor or their management team treats them differently than all their other employees, or that they’ve been terminated for something that they did, but that they’ve been treated differently than other employees that were similarly situated. They wonder if these actions constitute discrimination. Under California law, employees are protected from being treated differently for unlawful reasons. Under California law, an employer can’t retaliate against you or discriminate against you based off of unlawful reasons. There’s a lot of unlawful reasons in California that prevents an employer from retaliating against or discriminating against an employee. An employer can’t discriminate against you because of your race, your gender, your age, your sexual orientation, the fact that you have a medical disability, or the fact that you have restrictions as a result of a medical condition. An employer can’t retaliate or discriminate against you because you’ve complained about conduct that you believe is unlawful. An employer can’t retaliate against you because you believe that you’re being subjected to unsafe working conditions. There’s just a lot of different areas of law in which employees are protected from discrimination and retaliation. If you have a question as to whether or not you’re being treated differently at work and whether or not that reason may be unlawful, it’s important for you to talk to an attorney that has experience on those issues. If I can answer any questions regarding any employment issue that you have, including discrimination and retaliation in California, feel free to give me a call. I’m happy to discuss.
Are you or a loved one in the process of filing an employment claim in California and have questions about discrimination and retaliation at work? Contact the experienced California employment law attorneys at the Myers Law Group today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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