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Former manager files wrongful termination suit against district

Employees generally believe that their employers will treat them with fairness. If that doesn't happen, employment law safeguards may support them. A California worker who believes that he or she was fired as a means of retaliation or punishment may have grounds to file a wrongful termination claim against the former employer. This is what one former general manager for a water district says happened to him after he tried to speak out about the unfair treatment of his female co-workers.

Steps to take when subjected to workplace discrimination

Experiencing unfair and unjust treatment at work can be a stressful experience that could affect a person's life in various ways. Those who are subjected to such treatment may wish to take every possible measure to protect their legal rights, but they might not always be certain how to achieve this goal. Individuals in California who encounter similar challenges could benefit from seeking advice on the next steps to take after being subjected to workplace discrimination.

Discrimination may also cause serious health effects

When women in California face discrimination on the job, the financial impact may be immediately visible. Women may not be hired for jobs, they may face termination more quickly, or they may lose out on promotions for which they were qualified. This can quickly add up to thousands of dollars lost due to gender discrimination. However, there are other serious effects that can accompany workplace discrimination. Many victims' mental and even physical health may suffer, especially if they deal with stress due to retaliation or complaints that are not taken seriously by their employers.

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