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How to Know If Your Employment Is Being Unfairly Threatened

Last updated 1 year ago

The United Stated federal government enforces a number of employment laws designed to protect the health, safety, and equality of all employees—but just because guidelines are set in place does not necessarily mean your employer will follow them. Fortunately, a lawyer experienced in employment law can protect your legal rights if your employer is treating you unfairly. If you experience any of the following conditions, don’t waste any time hiring a lawyer to fight for your employment rights.

You Were Fired for an Arbitrary Reason When Your Contract Was Not Over

A number of individuals work on a contractual basis in which their wages and the amount of time they will be with the company have already been agreed upon. In the event that your employer has fired you for an arbitrary reason when your contract is not yet up, it may be time to contact your San Jose wrongful termination or discrimination lawyer.

Your Pay is Being Withheld or Deducted

Your employer can only withhold your wages or deduct from your pay when required to do so by state or federal law, when a deduction is authorized in writing by the employee to cover insurance premiums or benefit contributions, or when the deduction is being used towards health, welfare, or pension contributions.  Unlawful deductions include those for bonds, photographs, uniforms, business expenses, required medical or physical examinations, or gratuities.

Your Job Depends On Your Willingness to Participate in an Illegal Activity

One of the biggest signs that your employment is being unfairly threatened is when your job depends on your willingness to participate in some type of illegal activity. It is also unlawful for your employer to threaten your job or state that you will be fired if you do not stay quiet about an illegal activity that you are aware of but were not a participant. 

The best way to determine if your employment or ability to obtain a promotion is being unfairly threatened is to contact an experienced employment law firm. For more information on wrongful termination, workplace discrimination, or sexual harassment, contact the Advocacy Center For Employment Law at (888) 703-2911. We provide powerful and effective representation for individuals in the San Jose area. 

 

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