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Target Wrongful Termination

Target is an American retailing company that operates in the discount sector. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Target has 1,828 stores across the United States. Target is the seventh-largest discount retailer in the U.S., behind the likes of Walmart.

If you were fired by Target, and you believe that the termination was wrongful, there are certain steps you can take to protect your rights. Filing a successful wrongful termination claim against Target can be difficult, but it is possible with the help of an experienced employment attorney.

Here’s what you need to know:

Wrongful Termination

In the U.S., employees are commonly hired “at will.” This gives employers, such as Target, the right to fire an employee whenever they want, with or without any reason, as long as the termination is not illegal.

However, there are certain exceptions to “at will” employment, which protect employees from being wrongfully terminated.

Wrongful termination occurs when there has been a breach of contracts, discrimination, or retaliation against an employee by an employer. Every situation is different, so it’s important to speak with an experienced wrongful termination attorney to see if you have a valid claim.

In addition, any form of workplace harassment by an employer or another coworker is also illegal and can lead to a valid wrongful termination claim. Discrimination on the basis of the employee’s gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. is also illegal.

Unfortunately, at Target, there have been cases where employees take advantage of other coworkers by harassing them. They do this because they know that the victim probably won’t speak up due to fearing retaliation in the form of termination.

Target may try to argue that your termination was due to a legitimate business reason, such as poor performance or misconduct. However, if you believe that you were wrongfully terminated, it’s important to speak with an attorney to see if you have a valid claim.

Related Read: How to File a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit in California

Suing Target for Wrongful Termination

If you believe you have been wrongfully terminated by Target, you have the right to file a lawsuit against the company. To do so, you must successfully prove that the firing was illegal under one of the exceptions to “at-will” employment.

To increase the chances of a successful wrongful termination claim, you will need evidence to back up your claim. This includes things like performance reviews, emails, text messages, or witness testimony. Having photographs, making an official complaint with human resources, testimonies from witnesses and coworkers who are on your side, or security camera footage that can back you up can all aid in proving your case.

If you don’t have this type of evidence, your case may be more difficult to win. This is why it’s important to speak with an experienced wrongful termination attorney before taking any legal action.

An experienced wrongful termination lawyer will be able to evaluate the facts of your case and help you determine if you have a valid claim against Target. If you do, they will work with you to gather the necessary evidence and build a strong legal case.

Target Wrongful Termination Lawyers

The attorney at Eldessouky Law will evaluate your case and help you determine if you have a valid claim against Target. If you do, we will work with you to gather the necessary evidence and build a strong legal case.

Various federal and state laws protect employees from wrongful termination, such as the Civil Rights Act. This act prohibits discrimination against employees on different characteristics, like age or race. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act is another example that safeguards workers over 40 from unfair practices. In addition, there are other protection measures in place for employees who suffer from a disability, pregnancy, or racial discrimination.

Our experienced wrongful termination lawyers can help you reach a settlement with Target’s insurance agent to help you get the maximum value for your lawsuit. If we are not able to come to an agreement, we will take your case to trial. You can be confident that we will fight for the best possible outcome in your case.

The employment laws around wrongful termination are complex, and the act itself can be difficult to prove. If you have any questions regarding what is considered illegal firing, we serve employees throughout the state of California. Our California wrongful termination lawyers at Eldessouky Law are here to help you understand your legal options and protect your rights.

Call our office today at (714) 409-8991 or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.

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