The Fair Employment and Housing Act (“FEHA”) and California Labor Code, as well as other state and Federal laws prohibit retaliation against employees. These laws serve to encourage employees to exercise their rights and report incidents like harassment or discrimination. The following laws are in place to try and limit the influence of the employer in order to limit retaliatory acts:
- Fair Employment and Housing Act
- California Labor Code Sections 1102.5 and 98.6
- Labor Code 132a-Workers’ Compensation Laws Prohibit Retaliation
If your employer carries out any retaliatory action, you are in a position to launch a full-fledged lawsuit with the help of your retaliation attorney.
If you believe that you are being subject to retaliatory actions from your employer, the first step is to speak with an attorney at Falakassa Law, P.C.
Call (818) 456-6168 to speak with an employment lawyer today!