Without a written employment contract, most people are presumed to be “employees at will” that is, they’re generally free to quit at any time for any reason, and their employers are free to fire them at any time, for any reason or no reason at all. However, there are important exceptions to the at-will employment rule. For example, in circumstances where an employee was promised continued employment if he or she did a good job, or where the employer fails to follow its own internal practices and policies regarding discipline and termination, the “employee at will” presumption may be overcome.
RGLawyers LLP represents employees in wrongful termination cases. Our attorneys have decades of experience representing clients who have been fired, laid off, or downsized at work for unlawful or discriminatory reasons.
To evaluate your case, we will analyze the circumstances of your discharge to determine whether your adverse employment action (whether termination, demotion, reduction in pay, or otherwise) was the result of any of the following:
If you suspect that your firing or layoff might have violated a federal or state law, or that your employer broke promises that you would remain working at your job, get a free initial assessment of your claim contact the Los Angeles wrongful termination attorneys at RGLawyers LLP.
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