Many people assume that employers are required to give them some holidays off with pay -- certainly "big" ones like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. However, that's a false assumption.
Losing your job can be a stressful experience. It becomes overwhelming when you believe you were wrongfully terminated. It's not always cut and dry when it comes to wrongful termination. Sometimes, you have to look deep into the firing to determine if you have a case for a wrongful termination complaint in Los Angeles. Here are some ways to determine if it happened to you.
Wrongful termination is a serious problem that affects thousands of employees in the Los Angeles area every year. Even though there are laws that attempt to prevent employees from being wrongfully terminated employers still relieve employees of their duties without cause or for certain reasons. Let's take a look at the signs that show you've been terminated wrongfully.