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Glendora Employment Lawyer

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Eldessouky Law competently advocates for the rights of employees in our Glendora, CA community. Known as the “pride of the foothills”, the city is home to more than 50,000 residents who work hard to enjoy the sunny lifestyle California provides.

A residential community with low-crime rates and a healthy school system, Glendora provides exciting opportunities for its residents to enjoy the life they want with their families and loved ones. It is important to our Glendora, CA employment law attorney that our residents also find fulfillment and happiness in workplaces where their rights are upheld.

Unlawful behavior at work such as discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination, is not only unfair and stressful. It also prevents our clients from enjoying the protections afforded them by law. When employers deprive our clients of these rights, it is our duty at Eldessouky Law to hold responsible employers accountable and aggressively pursue them for the emotional and mental injuries to our clients.

If you have questions about your rights as an employee in California or wish to discuss your case confidentially with one of our experienced California employment attorneys, contact our office at 714-409-8991 or fill out one of our contact forms online.

Economy and Employment in Glendora, CA

The cultural, tourism and entertainment activities available in this community create diverse employment opportunities for our residents through tourist visits and tours.

Apart from these, some of the largest employers in Glendora, CA include:

  • Citrus College: 807 employees
  • Glendora Unified School District: 798 employees
  • LA County Department of Children and Family Services: 600 employees
  • Foothill Presbyterian Hospital: 653 employees
  • Glendora Grand: 350 employees
  • Ormco Corporation: 350 employees
  • Walmart: 416 employees
  • Glendora Community Hospital: 334 employees
  • City of Glendora: 245 employees
  • Sam’s Club: 196 employees

For all of these employers, the obligations imposed by California’s Constitution and Employment Statutes is the same. No employee should have to endure an unlawful environment at work, whether due to discrimination, wage and hour violations or wrongful termination. If you are working for an employer that is breaking the law, reach out to Edlessouky Law for exceptional legal representation to hold your employer accountable and recover compensation for the harm done to you.

Eldessouky Law: Practice Areas in Glendora, CA

At Eldessouky Law, we are devoted to upholding the law and protecting employees from damaging workplace behavior by explaining their rights and options for redress.

Our employment law practice areas in Glendora, CA include:

  • Hostile work environment claims
  • Discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age or disability
  • Sexual harassment
  • Wage and hour claims, including overtime payment issues
  • Severance agreement protections and enforcement
  • Retaliation and wrongful termination

No matter what kind of unlawful situation you are facing at work based on these practice areas, you may have a right to redress. If your employer is breaking the law, we can help you hold them responsible for the emotional and financial injuries that result.

California Law on Severance Terms and Agreements

Losing a paycheck can be hard, and when this happens, employees may be quick to accept whatever is offered as a severance package. But this can often be a mistake. While you may think the payout being offered looks attractive, it may come at the cost of legal rights that are worth far more to you both in the short and long run.

California law does not require employers to provide severance pay to employees upon termination. If the initial contract signed between you and the employer does not make provision for this, then severance pay is not a requirement.

However, if your employer does offer you severance pay and asks you to sign documents, you must be very careful. Aseverance agreement can be quite tricky for you as its intention is usually to get you to give up certain rights in return for accepting a lump sum payment.

The agreement laid before you by your employer may not be referred to as a severance agreement but by other names such as:

  • General release
  • Termination agreement
  • Separation agreement
  • Exit agreement
  • Waiver and release of claims agreement

No matter what the agreement is called, you should always keep one thing in mind. Never sign an agreement if you do not understand the terms contained in it and their applications, or if you are confused about the consequences of signing.
Consult with a lawyer
for a thorough understanding of the agreement before you sign anything.

Other instances when you should never sign a severance agreement include if you:

  • Believe the agreement includes a non-compete clause that prevents you from working elsewhere
  • Believe the agreement contains a non-disclosure clause
  • Left your job, either willingly or through a layoff, due to an employment law violation
  • Believe the agreement requires an admission of guilt or fault in your employment termination
  • Believe your employee rights were violated in any way
  • Witnessed any instance of wrongdoing in the workplace

Once you sign a severance agreement, you could be giving up several rights including:

  • The right to pursue your employer for employment law violations on their part
  • Any future legal rights you may have against the employer that stem from your period of employment

This is why it is absolutely crucial to contact our employment law attorney in Glendora, CA before accepting the terms of the agreement set before you.

Upholding California Final Pay Laws

If you have been terminated suddenly from your employment, no matter the reason behind the termination, you should be certain that your employer is obeying final pay laws. According to the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, all employees must be paid full and correct wages at the time of termination from their employment.

The wages payable at this period could include pay accumulated till date and earned, but unused vacation time. If you quit your position and you do not have a contract within an agreed period, you must be paid all outstanding wages within 72 hours.

If you gave notice before quitting employment, you are entitled to be paid at the time you are leaving the employment.

If there is ever any confusion about the termination of your employment, contact Eldessouky Law immediately. We will review the terms of your employment contract, severance agreement and any other documents that pertain to your employment to be sure that your employer is not taking advantage of you.

Contact Eldessouky Law Today to Set Up a Free Consultation

If you suspect that your employer is not being upstanding in their legal duties towards you, contact the Glendora employment lawyer at Eldessouky Law today at 714-409-8991. We will help you understand where your employer is falling short of their legal duties and assist to protect your rights going forward.

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