Employment Law

Kim Law Offers Employment Law Services in Southern California

California employees deserve a safe and respectful working environment.

While most employees are at-will, meaning their employer can terminate their employment at any time for almost any reason, they have core rights that their employers cannot violate. California and federal law provide specific rules as to actions that employers must take and avoid relating to their employees.

For example, California law prohibits employers from harassing, discriminating, or subjecting employees to adverse employment actions based on protected categories such as race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, gender, age, and military or veteran status. Employers cannot retaliate against employees for engagement in protected activities such as opposing and reporting unlawful conduct and whistleblowing illegal activity. Similarly, employers must prevent sexual harassment and hostile work environments in the workplace.

California and federal law also regulate when employers must classify workers as employees, whether employees should be paid hourly, the way they should be paid, and the frequency as well as duration of breaks. Employers must provide reasonable accommodations for disabilities along with protected leave for qualified family and medical reasons.

If your employer violates these laws and your rights, you may have a claim against your employer. Kim Law understands that filing a lawsuit or even threatening one against an employer is terrifying. Your job is your livelihood and a way to make a living for you and your family. However, employers know this and expect its employees to give up and not stand up for justice because of the enormous challenges the employee faces.

This is why it is important to talk with an experienced employment attorney to evaluate your potential claim and consider if pursuing a legal action against your employer is appropriate for you and your goals.

Kim Law handles these employment cases on a contingency fee basis:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Workplace retaliation
  • Workplace harassment
  • Workplace discrimination
  • Unpaid wages
  • Family and Medical Leave of Absence

Kim Law works on a contingency fee basis.

This means we only receive payment for our legal services if we secure a settlement or court award for you. Our clients pay nothing upfront to cover any costs for their cases. If we cannot obtain a settlement or a court award in your favor, you do not owe us for our legal services and representation.

If your rights have been violated by your employer, contact Kim Law for a free consultation to determine if we can help you achieve justice and collect the full compensation you deserve.

Receive the compensation and peace you need to recover. Book a free consultation today.

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