Do Night Fight Employment Law Issues on Your Own – Let an Experienced Attorney Fight for You
If you have suffered from unfair and unlawful treatment at your place of employment, it is time to take action. California has some of the strictest labor laws in the country to ensure that employees here have recourse when they are treated fairly. Though these laws do not cover every type of potential situation, they can cover many.
At DLC Law we are here to help make sure that employers do not get away with treating their employees poorly. We are here to fight for the rights of workers. If you need our help, call us now at (626) 285-8815 for a consultation.
We can help with many types of employment law
We are proud to have experience in many types of employment law, including:
- Wage and hour issues
- Wrongful Termination
- Sexual Harassment
- Leave of Absence
- Unpaid Wages
Do you need help with something you do not see listed? Call us to see how we can help.
What to do if you believe you have an employment law claim
Employment and labor laws are often disobeyed. Most employees, on the other hand, are unable to respond or safeguard their rights because they are unsure of what to do. The following are just a few examples of employee rights breaches in California:
- Gather evidence and keep track of everything. You must have proof of the violation you are alleging against your employer before you can begin your lawsuit. Write everything down, including the times and dates when you believe you were discriminated against or harassed, the exact words or acts that constitute discrimination, your location, and the people you believe saw or heard your employer’s unjust acts. You might even request that your coworkers sign a statement confirming your claims. You can also request a copy of any CCTV video of any actual harassment or ill-treatment directed at you at work.
- Make a complaint to your human resources department. For documentation purposes, you must submit a formal complaint to your HR department. Many employees believe that registering a claim with HR is pointless because HR is part of management. True or not, you still need that stamp in your official complaint to bring a claim in court for breaches of labor and employment laws. As a result, if nothing else, you can inform the court that you have tried all internal ways of resolving your complaint but nothing has transpired.
- Do not negotiate without an attorney. It is never a smart idea to pursue or negotiate your claims on your own, regardless of whether your employer talks to you about your grievances. Your employer may require you to sign a release and a non-disclosure agreement, which effectively prevents you from launching a lawsuit or claiming anything after the fact, and also prevents you from informing your coworkers about the settlement, regardless of whether the amount paid to you was unfair. Apart from them, your company will very certainly be protected by insurance examiners who are skilled at examining your claims. This will work against you because you are unfamiliar with the nuances of employment regulations and processes.
Seek the advice of top employment lawyers
At DLC Law, we have the resources and knowledge to go toe-to-toe with multi-national businesses to ensure that all of your damages, pain and suffering, and other losses are recovered as quickly as possible.
As a result, if you are serious about receiving the full compensation you are entitled to, simply entrust your legal claims to us, and we can ensure you of a prompt and effective recovery of your losses from your negligent employer. Call now at (626) 285-8815 for a consultation.