Northridge Employment Disputes Lawyers
Representing Employees in the San Fernando Valley & Beyond
Conflicts occur in life and at work as well. In the workplace, these conflicts can escalate into legal claims for you as an employee if you cannot reach a satisfactory resolution through simpler means, such as direct communication with your supervisor or human resources personnel, simple negotiation with co-workers or management, or other non-legal channels. When those methods fail to resolve the dispute, you may need to seek the guidance of a knowledgeable employment law attorney. You may even need to discuss your situation with an attorney to determine your legal rights in regards to your dispute in the first place.
At K2 Employment Law, we are here to provide the guidance and representation needed for any employee involved in a workplace dispute in the San Fernando Valley area. Our firm is committed to fighting for and preserving your workplace rights. If you are involved in any type of workplace dispute, you can learn more about where you stand and what can be done to address the issue through various legal means.
Call our firm at (800) 590-7674 to speak to a Northridge employment dispute attorney about your situation today. Your initial consultation is free.
California Employment Disputes
Disputes can arise between you and employer over a wide variety of issues and at any point in your employment history.
Examples of issues that can lead to workplace disputes include:
- Wrongful termination
- Harassment and sexual harassment
- Wage and hour disputes
- Overtime violations
- Medical or pregnancy leave
- Poor performance reviews
- Discrimination (age, race, national origin, sex, religion, disability, etc.)
- Promotions or demotions
- Commissions, bonuses, or other financial incentives
- Required or desired training programs
- Transfers to other work departments or assignments, whether sought or denied
- Rest and meal breaks
- Employer retaliation for whistleblowing, filing complaints, or testifying against the employer
- Breaches of contract
- Equal pay
Understanding your rights can be difficult, as each situation is unique. You may be afraid that you have little leverage against the company or corporation you work for, especially if it has size, influence, and legal resources superior to your own. However, you spend a large portion of your time and your life in the workplace—that workplace should be as safe, fair, and positive as possible.
Our Northridge employment dispute attorneys have decades of experience on both sides of the law; we are prepared to use our legal insights and knowledge to your advantage.