If a retaliation for whistleblowing resulted in demotion or terminating your employment, if you lost a job because you agreed to be a witness in an ongoing EEOC investigation or simply because you are related to the person who filed a complaint, call us at 888-762-0297 to discuss your case.
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We can help workers in Los Angeles and throughout California to resolve retaliation disputes with their employers.
What is retaliation?
The retaliation occurs whenever your employer takes negative actions against you for reporting harassment or discrimination. Whether you work at a hotel, software company, or at the hospital, if your boss retaliates against you after you filed a harassment or discrimination complaint, you may have a valid retaliation claim and need to consult a workplace retaliation lawyer.
Retaliation of witnesses
Retaliation by association
In some cases, the employees who have a close association with the person who filed a harassment or discrimination complaint can experience retaliation. It is called retaliation by association.
For example, threatening a family member (or sometimes multiple family members) who work for the same employer to get fired unless the person who filed an official complaint will withdraw their claim is retaliation by association.
Canceling a contract of the third-party vendor related to the person who filed a complaint, reducing their hourly rate, or the number of hours of services they provide is also called retaliation by association.