Kaiser Permanente provides employment to hundreds of doctors, nurses, administrators, and support staff. A company that large has extremely complex internal policies regarding employee discipline, standards, and privacy. However, they are also extremely cost-motivated, and they may take adverse action against their employees to save money. They may also look the other way when management or other employees are acting in a harmful way toward other workers. When this type of action takes place, you need a Chino Kaiser Permanente attorney to help with your employment claim against this huge company.
If you feel like you have been terminated for an illegal reason, discriminated against, or harassed at work, you may have a legal claim. Kaiser Permanente’s employment practices are also used in other Kaiser entities, including:
The Rager Law Firm has been representing workers from Kaiser Permanente and related entities for over 15 years. As a Chino Kaiser Permanente attorney, The Rager Law Firm knows the tactics that they use to deal with employment claims and some of the best ways to get around them.
Nearly every employee has signed an agreement to use Kaiser’s arbitration process instead of going to court if an employment dispute arises. The Rager Law Firm has extensive experience regarding this process that can significantly increase your chances of winning this type of claim. If a case needs to go beyond the arbitration procedure for any reason, Rage Law Firm also has the skill and resources you need to present your case well in front of a Southern California jury.
A Permanente attorney can also help you gather information to help you present your case, including:
Having someone who has dealt with this specific employer repeatedly in the past can be an invaluable resource for any employee who is considering an employment claim.
Both federal law and the laws in Chino, California protect workers in a variety of ways. There are also special protections for healthcare workers that might apply to your situation as well.
For example, the California Code Section 1278.5 encourages healthcare workers, including nurses and other members of medical staff to notify the government of suspected unsafe patient care and conditions. If a healthcare worker reports these conditions and Kaiser Permanente terminates your employment shortly after that, you may have a good claim for wrongful termination. Keep in mind, however, that Kaiser will almost never come out and say that they have ended your employment because of your report. They may “develop” another reason to fire you.
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