1.Expert in Labor Law: With comprehensive knowledge of California labor laws, I specialize in guiding clients through intricate matters such as wage disputes, wrongful termination, and workplace discrimination.
2.Tailored Legal Solutions: Recognizing that every case is unique, I personalize my legal strategies to suit your specific circumstances, ensuring a thorough approach aligned with your objectives.
3.Vigorous Advocacy: Whether negotiating settlements or navigating courtroom litigation, I am a staunch advocate for your rights, placing your best interests at the forefront of every legal endeavor.
1.Wrongful Termination Claims: If you suspect unfair termination, I conduct a meticulous review, examining the circumstances to determine if any employment laws were violated.
2.Discrimination Concerns: Discrimination has no place in the workplace. I stand by your side to address discrimination based on race, gender, age, disability, or any other protected characteristic.
3.Wage and Hour Disputes: Ensuring fair compensation is paramount. I assist in resolving wage disputes, overtime claims, and issues related to breaks and meal periods.
Facing employment challenges can be daunting, but you don’t have to face them alone. Reach out to me, Seydi A. Morales, your trusted Employment Lawyer in Los Angeles. Let’s collaborate to protect your rights and secure the justice you deserve.
California's employee protection law safeguards workers who assert their legal rights or report unsafe working conditions. Employers must cover medical care for work-related injuries or illnesses, and employees may receive weekly payments through workers' compensation.
As an employer in California, you have the right to establish policies regarding employee behavior and performance. These policies must be easily accessible to all employees and enforced without discrimination.
To report a widespread labor law violation by your employer or a violation affecting multiple employees in California, contact LETF via phone, online lead referral form, or email.
In California, a hostile work environment occurs when offensive or discriminatory conduct in the workplace limits an employee's ability to perform their job. This can include racial slurs, threats, bullying, sexual harassment, physical fighting, and other offensive behaviors.
You can file a complaint with either the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) for a toxic work environment. The agency investigating depends on whether the violation falls under state or federal law.
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