California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
Can I take them to court for unjust termination. By making the statement to all the employees that they were changing the culture and being the only supervisor of color in the office and one of the employees asking "does that mean your getting rid of all the blacks" make for a discrimination case. Can they let me go because I was not liked by one of the other supervisors? Can they let me go based on one investigation and keep on a supervisor that has had multiple investigations about her negative actions? Can they let me go because annual review were prepared but not given that showed that improvements were needed but because the Director did not like the review, she felt that they were vindictive or spiteful? I need to know what direction to go.
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