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Retaliation/Whistleblower Section

Under California law, employers may not retaliate against employees: (a) for reporting violations of the law; (b) for participating in a workplace investigation of harassment or discrimination; or (c) for requesting a reasonable accommodation. These are just some examples of what constitutes illegal retaliation in the workplace.

The operative California statutes include the Fair Employment and Housing Act and California Labor Code section 1102.5.

If you have believe that you have been subjected to retaliation by your employer, call 916-612-0326 or email Finley Employment Law today.