Employee Rights To Leave
Under certain circumstances, California employers must, by law, give their employees leave. If they fail to give employees leave or punish an employee for taking leave for a legally protected reason, employers should be sued. You may be entitled to take leave for:
The Dolan Law Firm has handled dozens of cases for workers denied their lawful rights to leave recovering millions for our clients. In one case, our lead trial lawyer, Christopher Dolan, won a $650,000 settlement for a woman who was denied full pregnancy leave. The woman was also demoted and harassed because of her pregnancy.
Contact a San Francisco Bay Area Employment Law Attorney
The bottom line is that it is unlawful to retaliate against an employee who has requested leave. If you have been denied leave or punished for taking leave contact the Dolan Law Firm for a free case evaluation with one of our lawyers. Call 888-452-4752 or email us. Your ability to act to protect your rights is limited by statutes of limitations, so don’t wait to contact us.