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Employment Attorney in San Diego

If you are being wrongfully treated on the job, get legal help today. Employment Lawyer’s Group focuses entirely on employees’ rights and will provide you with the advice and guidance you need when facing discrimination or harassment of any kind. Your initial evaluation is absolutely free, so contact our offices today!


Employment Law Practice Areas


Whistleblower Claims

If your employer retaliates against you for being a whistle blower, you may be entitled to compensation. Four examples of employer retaliation include: 1) firing you 2) demoting you 3) transferring you 4) reducing your hours.

Wrongful Termination

When is Termination Wrongful? A termination is considered wrongful if it is done for an illegal reason, such as discrimination, or in retaliation for exercising a workplace right such as complaining to management your employer is engaging in illegal activity that effects society at large.

Sexual Harassment

It is unlawful to harass an employee because of their sex, California Government Code Section 12940(j)(1). Sexually harassing behaviors to be aware of at work include: 1) sexual favors 2) Unwanted sexual advances and propositions

Workplace Discrimination

What Types of Discrimination Are Illegal? FEHA prohibits harassment and discrimination in employment on the basis of: age, disability, pregnancy, race, color, religion, sex or gender, sexual orientation, marital status, and national origin.

Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

The FMLA allows eligible workers a total of 12 workweeks per year of paid or unpaid leave for medical emergencies and events such as childbirth, severe illness or injury of an immediate family member, and the like.

Employment Contracts

If your employer has fired you in violation of the terms of your employment contract, you may be entitled to seek compensation for breach of contract. Some samples of breach of contract include unpaid commissions and bonuses, unpaid salary, and stock options.

Wage & Hour Claims

Many employers illegally withhold pay from employees. The following are examples of some of the most frequent violations: asking you to work off the clock, failure to pay the minimum wage….

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