Los Angeles is the most populous city in the state of California. It is the haven for a lot of people with different cultures, traditions, race, and a lot more. That is why in a small place like work, it is very inevitable for some to be discriminated, especially if majority of their coworkers have different beliefs from them.
Wrongful termination can be considered as an act of discrimination if it is proven that an employer has terminated an employee on the basis of his age, gender, sexual orientation, beliefs, religions, and many others. In short, an employee was terminated not because of how he performed on the job but because of what he is.
However, under the American law, there is called an At-Will Doctrine. Under this doctrine, an employer can terminate an employee for good, bad or even no cause at all. And because of this doctrine, it is very hard to prove if a termination is wrong. That is why an experienced and a well-trained Los Angeles employment lawyer is a great help in determining what type of case a termination may be.
A wrongful termination is very hard to prove if the employer is complete with all the evidence and records about how you performed in the company. That is why it is important that you ask for a copy of the personnel's profile for you to know how you performed, then leave all the proving to a Los Angeles employment lawyer.
Being discriminated and terminated in your work just because of who you are is very painful. Of course, you cannot expect a person to change overnight and being forced to like you, and that is very difficult. That is why it is hurts to know that no one is willing to accept of who you are in an instant, thus, a person's self-esteem is sacrificed.
If you are a victim of discrimination and wrongfully terminated from work, you must contact a very experienced and well trained Los Angeles employment lawyer from the Mesriani Law Group by the time you decided that you want to file a claim because you feel that you have been terminated in a wrongful basis. For questions and inquiries, call 1-866-325-4529 or visit http://www.mesrianilaw.com.