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    How Do I Prove Wrongful Termination In New York?

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    Like many other states, New York has at-will employment laws. Such laws allow employers to fire employees for many reasons, or for no reason at all.

    This doesn’t mean employers can terminate your employment for absolutely any reason whatsoever. Both federal law and New York State wrongful termination laws establish certain illegal reasons to fire employees.

    Can You Be Fired For No Reason In California?

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    Your employer doesn’t always need to provide you with a reason to terminate your employment in California. However, there are instances in which employers do break the law when firing workers.

    This overview will answer some of your essential questions about this topic. For more details, it’s wise to consult with a California wrongful termination lawyer.

    What is Veteran Status Discrimination?

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    If you are a veteran and experiencing veteran status discrimination in the workplace, you may be able to file a claim for discrimination. Being a veteran is something that you should be proud of, not something that should stand in your way when it comes to finding a good job.

    Employers are not allowed to discriminate against service members or veterans. If you’ve been a victim of veteran status discrimination you have the right to hold that employer accountable.

    New California Employment Laws For 2023

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    California employment laws are stronger than the laws protecting workers in many other states, and they’re about to get stronger. Starting in January of 2023 new employment laws in California will shore up the rights of workers.

    California is one of only a handful of states that have passed comprehensive worker’s rights laws to make sure that workers are treated fairly by employers. The new labor laws taking effect in January that workers in California should know about are:

    Who Can File an EEOC Complaint?

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    Any employee who believes their employment rights were violated can file a discrimination complaint with the EEOC. This includes job applicants, current employees and past employees.

    You don’t need to be employed full time in order to file a complaint, as temporary, part-time and seasonal employees may also file a job discrimination complaint with the EEOC.