Employee Rights Litigation For Los Angeles County And The San Fernando Valley
Workers in California have a right to work in conditions that are maintained as safe as reasonably possible by their employer. When an employee files a complaint through the federal Office of Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), he or she should not have to fear retaliation from his or her employer.
If you are suffering hostility or retaliation from your employer in Southern California, call the law offices of Jay S. Rothman & Associates. From offices in Woodland Hills, our lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients in communities throughout Los Angeles County and the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. If you feel your workplace rights have been violated, call 818-986-7870 or contact us by email to arrange a free consultation with an experienced Los Angeles job safety attorney today.
How Does Your Employer Learn Of Your Complaint?
When you file a complaint about OSHA safety regulations through the federal office, you have the right to withhold your name. OSHA will not disclose your name when referring the complaint to the local Cal/OSHA office for follow-up. However, if you discussed your safety concern with your supervisor or management prior to filing the formal complaint, your employer may assume you were the person who filed and begin taking illegal retaliatory measures against you.
Are you facing employer retaliation since filing a workplace safety complaint?
- Has your supervisor “counseled” you about the negative impact for filing the complaint?
- Have you been reassigned to another work department?
- Has your employer denied you promotion based on the complaint?
- Have you received a negative job performance review based on the complaint?
- Has your employer created a hostile work environment in an effort to force you to quit?
- Have you been denied breaks in an effort to prevent you from talking to others?
Call The San Fernando Valley Attorneys For Cal/OSHA Cases
Get the legal help you need to protect your employee rights. Call 818-986-7870. You may also use our contact form to submit an email regarding your case. We offer a free consultation, and we advance all costs of investigating, preparing and litigating your case.