Protecting Employees At Work
When you go to work, you should expect to be treated fairly and justly. You expect to build a career free from discrimination, harassment, unequal pay and other violations of your rights in the workplace. However, all too often employers violate the law and violate the rights of their workers.
If you have been a victim of illegal activity on the part of your employer, you should fight back to protect your rights. At the Law Offices of Do Kim, APLC, you will find a strong, compassionate advocate who has devoted his career of more than 15 years to protecting clients against all types of employment law and civil rights violations. Serving clients in Southern California and throughout the state, the firm will take a personalized approach to helping you through your case and getting the results you need.
Handling A Range Of Employment Law Matters
Attorney Do Kim and the legal team at the Law Offices of Do Kim, APLC, represents clients in employment law claims involving:
- Discrimination: When an employer treats you differently because of your membership in a protected class, it is discrimination. It is illegal and you can fight back to protect your rights. Common examples of discrimination can include firing, failure to hire or failure to provide adequate pay for minorities or women.
- Harassment: If you are in a consistently hostile environment or if someone in your workplace is harassing you sexually, you can fight back, You have a right to be treated in a more dignified manner than that, and the Law Offices of Do Kim, APLC, can help you protect that right.
- Retaliation: If you have alerted the authorities about illegal or unethical actions on the part of your employer, it is illegal for your employer to take any negative action against you for it. That is called retaliation. There are strict laws forbidding retaliation from employers against employees.
- Wrongful termination: If you have been fired from your job because of your race, sex, sexual orientation, age, medical conditions or inclusion in any other protected class, you could have a wrongful termination claim.
Some cases of employment law violations are just that: employers violating the rights of their employees. Other cases are even more problematic examples of direct civil rights violations. Discrimination is the most common example. Employers are not allowed to fire you, demote you or treat you at all differently from other employers because of your race, sex, age or religious beliefs.
Justice And Compensation
If your rights have been violated at work, attorney Do Kim will help you obtain justice and compensation for your losses. Call 213-251-5440 or email the firm today to schedule a free initial consultation. We offer services in English, Korean and Spanish.