Are you an employee and are facing a workplace dispute with a colleague and/or your employer?
Do you need help in understanding an employment agreement from a prospective employer or what your responsibilities are with respect to a non-compete with a former employer?
There are many employment laws at both the state and federal level that provide for protections of employees in the workplace and establish your rights if you have been harmed or are facing wrongful adverse actions by your employer.
Employment lawyers are there to help you navigate these laws with respect to many issues, including, age and/or sex discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, and many more.
Use Super Lawyers to hire a local employment lawyer to help you understand and defend your rights as an employee.
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When you find attorneys who interest you, spend time and explore their profiles. There you will find the employment law - employee attorney's contact, education, and biographical information to supplement your research. Where possible, our profiles will also include links to the employment law - employee lawyer's personal biography, firm website, and other relevant information to consider.
Are you ready to take action? The contact form on an attorney’s profile makes it easy to connect with a lawyer serving Northridge, California, and seek legal advice.
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