Were you terminated?
Were you fired from your job?
Was it legal? I doubt it.
If you were fired because of your race, gender, disability, because you tried to exercise your legal rights, or because reported unlawful activity, then you were fired illegally.
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What is wrongful termination?
Wrongful termination occurs when you are fired illegally. As an employee in California, you are entitled to certain rights. These rights also include protection from being terminated because:
Workplaces can be filled with hateful people. It's Illegal to terminate someone based on their gender, race, religious belief, disabilities, or because they're pregnant.
You've exercised a legal right
You cannot be fired for exercising a legal right such as requesting medical leave, disability leave, or requesting accommodations.
You've reported unlawful conduct
If you have a reasonable belief that your employer has committed a crime, then you are protected from termination after reporting their violations of the law.
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I was wrongfully terminated.
What can I do about it?
Like the name implies, being wrongfully terminated is wrong.
As an employee in California, you have the right to take legal action against your former employer. You have the right to be compensated.
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