California employment laws are the most far-reaching in the U.S. providing workers significantly greater levels of protection than the federal laws or other states. Whether you are an employer seeking compliance advice and representation or an employee facing disciplinary action, a termination, retaliation, harassment or if you feel your employer is engaging in activity which may not be completely legal you should make sure you understand your rights – Caffrey Law can help.
At Caffrey Law we help each client protect and fight for their rights in the workplace. Our goal is to always put you in the best possible position moving forward as employment issues can be very stressful as many times your livelihood is on the line.
Contact Caffrey Law if you are faced with an employment issue including:
- Discrimination based on Disability, Race, Age, Gender, National Origin, etc..
- Wrongful Terminations
- Whistleblower Protections
- Harassment claims including Sexual Harassment
- Wage and Hour (classification, overtime, breaks, etc.)
- Pregnancy and leaves
Although California’s extensive employment laws are designed to protect the employee many employers are not even aware of the nuances and compliance factors which exist. If complaint procedures even exist within a company they are often times disregarded or not up to the appropriate standards.
Give Caffrey Law a call to determine what’s best for you as an employee or an employer.
Employment Law Fees
At Caffrey Law will agree to a fee agreement that works for you. Many times a contingency fee agreement, which is a percentage of the settlement or verdict reached, is appropriate. The contingency fee percentage can be negotiated based on the facts and circumstances of your case.
There may also be several instances where an hourly, flat rate or retainer fee is more appropriate depending on your needs or the needs of your organization. We will discuss the fee agreement options with you and move forward with the services or representation only after you are comfortable with the total cost and structure.