California Laws Protecting Employee Rights

There are California laws protecting  “at-will” employees from being wrongfully terminated for participating in protected activities, for example:

These are just a few examples/reasons for which an employee may not be terminated for. There are scores of more constitutional provisions, statutes, regulations, and case law that can also serve as the basis for a wrongful discharge case.

There are other Federal laws protecting employees for being terminated for participating in protected activities.


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