Retaliation

You did the right thing by reporting your employer's wrongdoings, harassment or illegal activity. You never expected that by doing so, you would experience harassment or discrimination by your employer. And you never expected to lose your job because of it.

No matter what, you need to know that employer retaliation is illegal. If you believe you have experienced retaliation, you deserve to learn about your legal rights.

At Gigliotti & Gigliotti, we represent workers in California who have experienced retaliation by an employer after reporting unlawful conduct. Do not wait to talk to one of our attorneys. Simply complete our online contact form to schedule a free phone consultation.

Workplace Retaliation, Explained

Employer retaliation can take many forms. If you have experienced any of the following, you may have a whistleblower retaliation claim against your employer:

  • Job loss, demotion or forced retirement
  • Discrimination or harassment: Assigning additional job duties, making inappropriate comments, making threats against employee, warning future employers about the employee, etc.

State and federal laws protect employees against retaliation. When an employee's rights have been violated, he or she may have a claim against the employer and may be eligible for compensation. If you have lost your job or otherwise been unlawfully treated by your employer after reporting misconduct, please talk to one of our attorneys as soon as possible.

Questions? Contact Us Today.

Don't let your employer get away with retaliation because you opposed discrimination or harassment at work. Talk to one of our attorneys today to learn how we can help you.

Give us a call at 800-560-1081. We offer a free telephone consultation. Our office is located in Lake Forest.