Joshua Slatkin is an expert attorney at law representing the Greater Los Angeles Area. From Brentwood, Santa Monica, and Culver City, to Los Feliz, and Westwood, Joshua Slatkin has experience representing employment law clients.
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What is Employment law?
Employment Law claims include:
- unpaid wages
- wrongful termination
- sexual harassment
- other violations of federal and state leave laws
There are laws that prohibit employment discrimination and harassment. Other laws protect you against the employer withholding wages or not properly compensating you for overtime and double-time hours worked. If you have been punished for whistleblowing, or face employer retaliation, Joshua Slatkin can help.
We have helped other Los Angeles-area workers hold their employers accountable, and we can help you too.
If you have employment law concerns, contact JCS Law Firm to discuss your case. We can analyze your case, advise you of your legal options, and help you take steps to right the wrongs you have suffered. Our case results demonstrate our commitment to advocating for California workers.
California law is very clear on shielding several protected classes of people from discrimination based on certain legally recognized categories and characteristics. Under state law, employers may not discriminate against employees or prospective employees based on any of the following characteristics.
Employment Discrimination Characteristics:
- National Origin or ancestry
- Physical Disability
- Mental Disability
- Medical Condition
- Marital status
- Sex (Gender)
- Age (if you are over 40)
- Sexual orientation
Discrimination can take many forms. It may take place early on during job interviews. It can occur when asking for a promotion or an increase in pay. It can occur when you are terminated from your employment. Some employers may pay members of certain groups less than members of other groups. In California, the laws for equal pay were strengthened through the California Fair Pay Act (SB 358), which requires equal pay for employees who perform “substantially similar work, when viewed as a composite of skill, effort, and responsibility.” Some employers may also refuse to hire job applicants based on their gender. Others may refuse to promote members of a certain race.
In all these instances, Federal and California laws protect you if you are experiencing discrimination in the workplace. See our page on employment discrimination for more detailed information and to learn how you can exercise your rights if an employer discriminated against you. We can help you fight back!