Whistleblowers Were Awarded For Their Service
Whistleblowers can help hold the perpetrators accountable. When you need a whistleblower attorney in Los Angeles, contact Rager Law Offices by calling us at 310-527-6994. We will help you.
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It takes incredible courage for an employee to come forward and let people know when their employer is doing something dangerous or illegal.The Office of Special Counsel recently named three TSA employees as winners of its Public Servants of the Year award for blowing the whistle on “systemic deficiencies and lax airport security protocols that ...

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Employers, often in the start-up/tech world, will sometimes fire an employee right before he’s due to receive a bonus or commission, simply so they don’t have to pay him. This is most common when the bonus due is a large sum.If you have evidence to support your claim that avoiding a bonus payout was the ...

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Me Too Means Everyone, Everywhere
September 15, 2018.

It was an amazing thing to see. The other day, in 10 cities across the United States, the staff at McDonald’s restaurants walked out over claims that the fast-food company has not done enough to prevent sexual harassment.Even right here in Los Angeles.This is an amazing step forward for the “Me Too” movement. Up until ...

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Many workers deal with a daily element of danger on the job, and employers have a right to tell you what work needs to be completed and when. For example, construction workers are required to complete dangerous jobs on a day-to-day basis. However, your employer has no right to ask you to do a job ...

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Sadly, it still happens in today’s world that managers use stereotypes and racial slurs as references when remarking on an employee’s performance. Some of these comments may come from innocent ignorance, while others are purposely offensive and degrading, showing a supervisor’s hostility toward a specific race. However, to prove racial discrimination, you need more than ...

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Statements from reliable witnesses can make or break a wrongful termination case, placing them in a position of high importance. An employment law attorney in Los Angeles will tell you that even one witness can strengthen your case, turning it from a he-said, she-said situation into a case that can be proven through evidence. Although ...

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One of the most common employment law inquiries I get from clients as a wrongful termination attorney in Riverside is whether you can be fired while on disability or medical leave. When you’ve suffered an injury or illness that requires you to take time off work, the last thing you want to worry about is ...

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If you were recently fired for exercising certain legal rights, for discriminatory reasons, or in violation of an employment contract, you may have a right to compensation based on wrongful termination. While employees in California work at will, meaning they can be fired with or without notice at any time, the state stipulates several reasons ...

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Getting up and going to work each morning is a blessing that millions of people enjoy. That blessing can be cut short without notice quite quickly. More and more employees are being fired in Los Angeles and throughout California for various reasons. Some of those reasons are legitimate, while others can be viewed as wrongful. ...

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When you go to work each day you likely don’t expect to be involved in arguments with co-workers or superiors. Issues can arise out of the blue that leads to disagreements and sometimes full-blown arguments. But, most people can get past these issues and work for a brighter future. When this becomes a frequent issue, ...

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