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What is "wrongful termination"?

The ability to provide for your family and earn a livelihood is important to everyone, which is why if you have been fired it can understandably cause considerable concern and uncertainty. Those who have been "wrongfully terminated" may wonder what legal resources are available to them. Wrongful termination laws can apply in a variety of circumstances and protect workers who have been fired in certain circumstances that may be illegal.

How do I know if I've been the victim of workplace harassment?

Imagine a scenario where you are at the office working late one night and your boss enters your office and closes the door behind him. He then proceeds to make sexual references and inappropriately touches your leg. It's pretty clear that you have just been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace.

How does the Fair Labor Standards Act protect you?

If you're an employee working in the U.S., you may have heard of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The FSLA is a federal law that protects all employees, no matter what state you work in, although certain states may also provide their own laws and regulations to protect employees in addition to the FSLA. You may have heard mention of the FSLA around your workplace but didn't know too much about it. So, what is the FSLA and how can it protect you?

An overview of wrongful termination claims

If you've been fired from a job there are some important things to think about in determining whether or not you may have been wrongfully terminated. Not every firing is a wrongful termination. However, if you feel you may have been the victim of a wrongful discharge, there are several ways to determine if you might have a claim against your employer.

Employment protections for disabled Americans

Discrimination in the workplace is illegal in California and the rest of the country. There are a number of bases on which a discrimination claim may be made, such as race, religion and age. Employment discrimination based on an individual's mental or physical disability can also be grounds for legal action under the Americans with Disabilities Act.