How Employment Retaliation Can Hurt You

Employment retaliation can take place when an employee makes a formal complaint or report with proper authorities. A worker should feel safe in reporting their employer when unsafe conditions or unlawful conduct is occurring within the organization. Whistleblower laws are in effect to protect employee rights in order to avoid employment retaliation. If an employer decides to participate in these types of actions, a qualified attorney can help a client enforce their legal rights.

Upper Valley Aquatic Center Case

Kenneth Darling has filed suit against his employer for employment retaliation. Upon reporting safety issues to upper management and state officials, Darling was terminated from his position. During his employment, Darling was a construction supervisor and then an engineer that oversaw the facility. He worked at Upper Valley Aquatic Center for approximately 1.5 years. The employer has not issued a comment on the employment retaliation lawsuit..

California Law on Employment Retaliation

In the State of California, several agencies can help with the investigation and prosecution of employment retaliation. For instance, there is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Relations Labor Board or the Occupational Safety & Health Administration. With the help of a skilled and experienced attorney, an employer can be held accountable for their actions. Every employee should feel free to promote public safety and to safeguard employee rights in the workplace.

If your employer is not adhering to the law, then you should contact Shegerian & Associates for a consultation. They will aggressively fight for your rights and can offer sound legal advice!