Hershey Law - Orange County’s Employment Lawyers Proudly Solving Workplace Issues
For many, employment is an essential pillar of their life’s journey as it provides financial and social stability. As a result, workplace incidents such as harassment and retaliation can be particularly traumatic for these employees and their families.
Hershey Law takes pride in assisting Orange County, CA employees with the legal advice and representation they need to navigate these challenging times. Whether you work for a small business or a Fortune 500 company, we help you determine how to best proceed against your employer or perpetrators.
From representing you during negotiations to handling court proceedings, our experienced California employment law attorneys are there for you.
Recognizing Workplace Issues with Real-world Scenarios
Can you see yourself in any of these situations? You are not alone! If you suspect any of the following has happened to you or a colleague, contact our employment law attorneys today.
The Silent Sideline
Sarah has always participated in team meetings, sharing innovative ideas and constructive feedback. But recently, she raised concerns about wage and hour disputes and was overlooked by the managers. Her emails and calls go unanswered, and her suggestions are brushed aside.
Changing Dynamics After Parental Leave
After returning from her maternity leave (being eligible under the FEHA Act), Emily notices a shift. Despite previously being a project lead, she is now given fewer responsibilities due to workplace discrimination. Colleagues treat her as if she has lost touch just because she is now a mother or has developed a disability due to pregnancy.
The “Joking” Jibes
Carlos, a 40-year native Spanish speaker, often hears “humorous” remarks about his accent and age during team lunches. It is passed off as light-hearted banter, but the frequency and tone of these comments make him uncomfortable, isolated, and discriminated against by his colleagues.
The Promotion That Never Was
William has consistently received outstanding performance reviews for the past three years. Yet, when the senior position opened up, it was handed over to a colleague with less experience and fewer accolades. William recently complained to EEOC about unpaid wages and minimum wage violations.
After whistleblowing in a wrongful termination case, Liam consistently works overtime and is micromanaged by his boss. When he approaches HR to know the issue, he is told that his roles have been changed.
Why Orange County Employees Choose Hershey Law for Their Case?
At Hershey Law, we see ourselves as your partners and not just legal representatives. Here are some reasons that set us apart from other lawyers making the first choice of employees.
Masters of Employment Law
Whether discrimination, retaliation, or sexual harassment, we have honed our skills to fight against all workplace odds that are bothering you and violating your rights. Our years of expertise mean we are not just practicing the labor law but mastering it.
Integrity is the core of our services. We ensure you remain informed about all aspects of your employment law matter, from free to claim progression.
Every case starts with a detailed consultation. Our employment law attorney fully understands your situation to provide the best strategy. (Book your free consultation here)
A Track Record That Speaks Volume
Hershey Law is not another Orange County employment lawyer. We have secured millions of dollars for our clients as compensation and benefits.
Your Employment Concerns Deserve Personal Advocacy from Hershey Law
Hershey Law has been helping employees assert their rights and secure meaningful results in complex employment law cases. We know how difficult it can get when your employer overlooks or mistreats you against your workplace rights.
Our Orange County employment attorneys patiently listen to your concerns and thoughts to determine the proper legal solutions. Our law firm’s approach in every case helps our clients overcome employer-employee issues while getting the fair rewards they are entitled to.
Call (310) 929-2190 to discuss your case and book a free consultation.
Wage & Hour Disputes
Does your employer owe you unpaid wages? Are you not being paid for overtime? Perhaps you are fighting for the wages you are entitled to receive? Hershey Law in Los Angeles offers a deep understanding of employment law. Additional to wage and hour laws, lunch break law violations commonly occur in California.
Discrimination happens when an employer or supervisor treats one person differently than another based on protected characteristics such as race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religious beliefs, gender identity, and age. Gender discrimination can also be in the form of offering less pay to a woman.