Under the California Labor Code, an employment period can be terminated at the will of either the employer or the employee. Working conditions can be hard if the boss is being unkind, aggressive, or singling out an individual and terminating them. However, for the termination to be considered “wrongful” it must violate a “protected status” or be used as retaliations for reporting or refusing to take part in an illegal activity.
"Protected classes" an individual may be part of include:
If you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, contact the attorneys of Lepera + Associates, PC. They can help you bring a claim against the employer and help you stand up for your rights.