It is unlawful for an employer to take certain actions against an employee because the employee has engaged in “protected” activity.

The nature of “protected activity” varies under Federal and California law, but may include opposition to an action undertaken by the employer in violation of public policy, filing a prior claim of discrimination, or requesting reasonable accommodation for a disability.

The attorneys at The Castanon Law Group have years of experience handling retaliation claims. We can assist employers in distinguishing between illegal retaliatory actions and non-prohibited employment actions. Contact us today for your consultation.