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Category Archives: Wrongful Termination

Language Restrictions in the Workplace

Karen Morris was employed by a winery in Madera County for more than 22 years, but when she complained about her unsafe working environment and the behavior of her co-workers, she was fired. Ms. Morris worked as a lab technician for Mission Bell Winery, and reported finding rat droppings and mold in her work area…. Read More »

How to Know if You’ve Been Wrongfully Terminated

Most employment contracts in California are based on the concept of at-will employment, meaning that either the employee or the employer can decide to end the business relationship whenever they want to. An employer does not need to show just cause for firing or demoting an employee, nor does an employee need a good reason… Read More »