Discussing Wrongful Termination Of Regular Employees In Laguna Beach, California
While most employees in California do not have contracts, there are a few exceptions. Some contracts are for a set amount of time, such as a year or a specific position.
The question arises as to whether or not they can terminate the contract. It's a fact-intensive question about reading the contract and determining whether or not the employer has the authority to have you stop working and whether or not this has an impact on whether or not they must pay you for the remainder of the contract or for a specific period of time in the future. Some contracts have just cause clauses that allow them to end the contract if you are fired for a good reason.
That said, let's discuss firing employees in the context of wrongful termination claims, as handled by our Laguna Beach Employment Lawyers in California.
Who Can File Wrongful Termination Claims In Laguna Beach, CA?
What is apparent in California is that all employees, both contract and at-will, are protected under California law from wrongful termination, unlawful harassment, and discrimination, regardless of whether they have an employment contract or are deemed at-will.
Here are some illegal reasons to file employees: