Employer and Business Representation
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Employment contracts govern the employment relationship between an employee and his or her employer. Whether an employment contract is written, implied or oral, a California employment contract can be a source of litigation when an employer breaches, breaks or otherwise violates the agreement. When employers fail to honor the provisions in these contracts, employees can sue for breach of contract. Additionally, if an employer has engaged in fraud during the hiring process or the termination of employment, employees may also have grounds to pursue legal action against employers.
Breach of employment contracts can take various forms. Some common examples of these violations include (and are not limited to) employers:
- Dismissing (i.e., laying off or firing) employees before the termination date specified in the contract
- Dismissing employees for grounds not specified in the employment contract
- Failing to pay employees the compensation detailed in the contract
- Failing to provide employees with benefits, including healthcare/retirement benefits and vacation/sick time, as stipulated by the contract
- Assigning employees to duties that violate the terms of the contract.
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Why Choose Employment Law?
- Absolutely no out out-of-pocket fees. We strive to make legal representation available to all workers in California by offering it on a contingency fee basis.
- We have successfully litigated numerous multimillion-dollar lawsuits. We have genuine case results.
- The Los Angeles employment attorneys at Bluestone Employment Law have years of experience specializing in labor and employment law.
- We are not a “mill” law firm: Unlike what you may find at larger mill firms, you will speak directly with Bluestone, the lawyer in charge of your case.