A former assistant track coach at a university in another state recently claimed that he was discriminated against on the basis of race. The man, who is African American, has thus decided to file a lawsuit against multiple parties, including the university curator board, track head coach and the head coach's supervisor. Anyone in California who experiences employment discrimination likewise has the right to seek justice in civil court.
In certain jobs, employees in California and elsewhere might be entitled to be paid even for moments when they are not necessarily working. After all, employers generally must pay their employees for time spent under their control. If an employer allegedly fails to do this, a payment dispute may understandably ensue, and the reportedly wronged employee has the right to seek to hold his or her employer accountable for its actions.
Being terminated can understandably be one of the most humiliating experiences a person may have. However, in some cases, wrongful termination happens. In these cases, employees in California have the right to seek justice.
A previous jail commander in another state recently claimed that he suffered an unjust firing. He has thus filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against his former employer. Likewise, anyone in California who is wrongfully terminated has the right to seek justice through the civil court system.