Employees are the heart of every business and a company’s most valuable asset. Workers don’t live to work, but many employees work to live and support their families. Aside from that, our work defines who we are and brings us pride. At Nabati Law we respect employees and put employees first. We know that companies are made up of individual employees who collectively create the workforce that drives America’s economy. Therefore, it is an employee’s job to invest in its people and treat them fairly and the law agrees.
Employees deserve to work in a workplace that is free from inequality, discrimination, and abuse. California and federal law protect employee’s rights. Employers hope that employees don’t know their rights, or worse, intimidate them into silence if they do. Thus, employers continue to subject workers to unfair and illegal conditions knowing that victims of their illegal practices are often too fearful to speak out.
Their unfair and discriminatory labor practices can range anywhere from misclassification, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour violations, retaliation, failure to pay commissions and fair wages, Family and Medical Leave and California Family Rights Act violations, defamation claims, severance agreements, failure to give a reasonable accommodation, and more.
These labor violations are not only illegal, but also cheat hard workers out of wages and benefits. Worse, hardworking employees miss opportunities to grow and earn more wages all while accumulating stress. Don’t let employers benefit at your expense.
While employers put themselves first, Nabati Law puts employees first. If you have been discriminated against, harassed, treated unfairly or subjected to illegal practices at work, Nabati Law is here for you. Nabati Law has experience representing employees against employers in a variety of employment law cases. We understand your livelihood is at stake and that being jobless can have devastating consequences on both your financial and emotional well-being. We know that often times your job is responsible for not only supporting you but your family and loved one.
Nabati Law has the resources, experience and passion to represent you against your employer. We ensure that your interests are put before your employers, and that you are no longer silenced by your greedy, discriminatory, or unfair employer.
As a California employment law firm representing employees, never employers, Nabati Law offers representation to employees in all areas of employment law, including, but not limited to the following practice areas:
We understand what’s at stake when you decide to pursue a claim against your employer. So, we try to make the process less risky and help you feel secure in your decision to pursue your claim and protect your rights against your employer. If you are a California employee and have been wronged by your employer, we are here to understand your claim and use the approach that best suits your case and needs.
Here is some insight into how we help fight for you against your employer:
Consultation: many employers don’t know their rights or are afraid to speak out against their employer if they feel like their rights are being infringed on. First, we consult with you to educate you on your rights and learn about your claims. Often times, you may not even realize the discreet and unethical ways your employer has been taking advantage of you without your knowledge!
Documentation: Next, we will begin building your case for you. We will gather and request all necessary records related to your claim. We will request a copy of documents such as your employment contract, employee handbook, time sheets, personnel file, work-related communications and correspondence.
Investigation: After collecting all the important documents, we will examine them to determine the extent of your claim. We will also contact relevant witnesses and individuals, contact your employer, and holistically determine all claims and how they fit in with each other.
Negotiation: Once all the documents have been gathered and investigated, we will contact your employer and being negotiations.
File Requisite Government Complaint: Depending on your case, if the negotiations are unsuccessful, we will help you file a complaint with a formal government agency such as the Department of Fair Employment and Housing or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission if and when necessary for your claim. Similarly, we will file all the necessary Private Attorney General Act documentation to pursue your claim if necessary.
Lawsuit: Once the appropriate steps are completed in order to file a civil lawsuit against your employer, we will file your employment case in civil court against your employer. Once the lawsuit is filed, we will continue to build and prepare the strongest case possible to get you’re the compensation you deserve for your employer’s wrongful employment practices.
We believe in YOU, YOUR case, and YOUR livelihood. That’s why we fight for you and only get paid if we win.